WORLDS WITHOUT END: AFTERMATH (Book 2)
“Worlds Without End: Aftermath definitely triumphs over many books today, it is one of the best stories I’ve read in a very long time.” –BRB Publicity “BRB
With the enslavement of the human race and all faith lost, the only hope humanity has is hidden in a prophecy on a planet 22-light-years from Earth!
After the initial attack by the Gnols, Earth lies in ruins with most of the cities destroyed and the majority of its population dead. Adrian Palmer remains in the custody of the Gnols who have established their capital in Washington D.C. as they await the arrival of their savior, Koroan Chast, to claim his new world.
Knowing full well of their forthcoming execution, Adrian and Kevin find help from a group of rebels gathering in Missouri. Adrian knows that he needs to return to Terrest. But before he can escape, he and Kevin must face an old enemy, which may turn out to be futile.
Meanwhile, on Terrest, Jake and Scott are left to lead what’s left of the Terrestrian military. Defeated and desperate, Jake and Celeste embark on an insurmountable journey to Gnolom to discover the true origins of Koroan Chast’s power.
At the same time, Skip discovers new and old allies to help him in his escape from the slave camp of Zikf. Will he escape to continue his quest for the prophecy given by Jesus Christ? Or, is Koroan Chast the fulfillment of that prophecy?
The story continues as old and new enemies collide in a saga of faith, love, power, and war. A story that stretches across the galaxy in search of the key that will free mankind or enslave him for eternity!
What readers are saying...
“Worlds Without End: Aftermath, out of all the books I’ve read and reviewed (Talk about a page turner) I couldn’t turn the pages fast enough. I just couldn’t stop reading Worlds Without End, my eyes were locked on every word like a heat seeking missile set on it’s target with no chance of getting away. If standard operating procedure was putting this book down well then it just wasn’t going to happen. I was so into this book I finished it in a matter of hours and plan to re-read it. The author just has that gift of words, a strong command over the English language, gives you great visuals, and strong characters. Worlds Without End: Aftermath definitely triumphs over many books today, it is one of the best stories I’ve read in a very long time.”