New Regime (Rune Alexander, Book 5) by Laken Cane

By Laken Cane

Rune and her humans were taken less than the mysterious wing of the Annex, an enterprise that works towards different equality.

But with the recent regime comes alterations and a few gigantic enemies the Annex turns out to have introduced with it.

The staff unearths themselves up opposed to a gaggle known as the store, whose chief cares in basic terms approximately his lab and the monsters he creates there.

But he hasn't been in a position to construct monsters he can use or sell...until now.

Now Rune needs to stick to a direction of horror that leads from a bit werefox named Megan to a city packed with evil in Reverence, Kentucky, and have the opportunity to defeat anything worse than blades or weapons or bombs.

Magic.

She can't use her claws on magic.

Can she?

In ebook 5 of the Rune Alexander sequence, Rune needs to take care of not just the monsters, however the escalating rigidity among the berserker and Owen, flashbacks from the COS assault, and the phobia that she's wasting Levi to the chasm of darkness began via Karin Love and deepened via the slayers.

She and her staff will struggle with every thing they've received to defeat the evil, whether a few of that darkness lives within each of them.

Because they're Shiv team, and that's what they do.

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3 Simulation Results This section provides simulation results for the controller in varying conditions. The performance of the controllers are discussed and comparisons between them are made. The path used is the same as shown in Fig. 8. This controller was tested using both the actual and the discretized errors. 20) was inplemented using three different forms. The first form used the actual curvature of the path. The second used the φ estimation method. The last used the model estimator. These methods were described in detail in Chapter 4.

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