never heard about it, but from your few guided line, I've figured out something about it.<br />
it is a sci-fi future book that recalls certain familiar events that happened in the past.<br />
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I think the writer's point of view -ba<x>sed on your writings- is making a glamorous bridge between the past, present, and the future, by fingering at child abuse since the born of great civilizations - where child slavery was clear, and children kept dying from cruelty of the empire in general, and overwhelming military training in particular; that's all because of the empire's majestic ego.<br />
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crossing to the present we live in, where child labor exists in most countries in the world- caused of low economy.<br />
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and leading to the unpromising future that our writer predicts-which is similar to both present and past.<br />
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the plot clears out the problem of a continuous story loop (elements that happened all over again)<br />
showing the control with rulers, and slavery for the rest of human beings; the author may just focused on the darkness poor innocent children are living in.<br />
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story/novel is drama, surely the author has left some traces of events happened at the past<br />
usually, the plot gets at its peak when human beings starts raging defensing their children and on the other side rulers try to shut them up.<br />
The end is either massive tragedy, or unknown as well as for the rest of the sci-fi novels; just end up with last final action with showing its reaction...as there's -finally !- a light of hope in each one of us.<br />
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Hope you like my analysis, kind of sloppy, but great for a sci-fi dis-liker as me ^_^

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Hmmm Sounds like - The Blood of Heroes a 1989 post-apocalyptic film directed by David Webb Peoples and starring Rutger Hauer and Joan Chen. The film is also known by the names The Salute of the Jugger and Salute to the Jugger.

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