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Riese is a world of moral ambiguity and political intrigue. A decimated land populated by characters from dreams and nightmares. Loyalties are ever in question, suspicion in the minds of all. The realm, however, was not always so cruel. Everything began with a peaceful nation called Eleysia.

The Kingdom of the Wolf, Eleysia was once prosperous due largely to the influence of Empress Kara and Emperor Ulric. This all changed when a coup detat, orchestrated from the shadows by a religious cult, brought about a total regime change.

Taking the throne was Amara, the Empresss cousin. A power-hungry tyrant, Amara immediately utilized Eleysias wealth and power to begin colonizing the world, crushing nation after nation in order to unite the people under one banner. Even as she assaulted the world, an ominous, enigmatic group clearly wielded power over her. Called The Sect, they purported themselves to be the official religion of Eleysia, and began to spread alongside Eleysias borders.

Since the coup, the land has begun to die, resources are dwindling and compassion is fading. Humanity itself is seen as impure. People have grown restless, almost feral. Rituals and mythology have resurged, and the darker side of mankind has begun to reveal itself.

The true horror of the world is not in how it ends, but what will become of mankind as it fractures.

And yet, despite the impending doom, a single beacon of light shines in Riese. A mysterious wanderer, she travels with her wolf Fenrir across this barren land. Branded as heretics by The Sect, Riese and Fenrir will pause to aid those in need as they travel, but they must evade capture at all costs. As she flees, shell piece together her past and her destiny, in a conflict that will hold the fate of this world in the balance and the once peaceful kingdom of Eleysia will be the battlefield.

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Cast & Credits

Cast:
Allison Mack, Amanda Tapping, Christine Chatelain, Patrick Gilmore, Sharon Taylor, Ryan Robbins

First episode: October 26, 2010
Final episode: 2011
Network: Syfy
Language: English
Genres: Fantasy, Science Fiction, Steampunk

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Riese: Kingdom Falling

Author: Greg Cox
Manufacturer: Simon & Schuster Books for Young Readers
List Price: $9.99
Amazon - Buy New For: $2.75 | Used For: $1.78
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Editorial Review: A steampunk princess is torn between love and duty in this prequel to SyFy.com’s wildly popular webisodes.

Riese has never been happy as a princess; she’d much rather be hunting or fighting than sitting through another lesson on court etiquette. When she meets Micah, a wandering artist with a mysterious past, she pretends to be a peasant—it’s a chance to be just a normal girl with a normal boy for a while. But with war decimating her once-proud nation and the sinister clockwork Sect infiltrating her mother’s court, Riese’s moments with Micah are the only islands of sanity left in a world gone mad. As her kingdom falls and the Sect grows ever stronger, will Riese remain true to her duty as a princess…or risk everything on a boy she barely knows?

SyFy’s enormously popular Riese webisodes come to literary life in this prequel rife with steampunk technology and medieval mysticism.


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