If technology gave Adam and Eve the chance to start again, what would they choose to do? In the future, the Singularity exists. Did it decide that humans are a threat, or that we could be put to better use? Is life pre-determined, or are we in full command of our own destinies? All of these questions will be answered and more in the groundbreaking new novel, Epoch Dawning. In 2089, when two people inadvertently become the contemporary Adam and Eve, they are faced with the unfathomable choice to rebirth humanity—or terminate life altogether. Epoch Dawning follows the paths that lead cynical genius Asher Grant and steadfast Evelyn Coble to their unwanted roles as the last man and woman on earth. Asher and Evelyn’s fates are a byproduct of the destruction of the “Collective”. The global network of consciousness connected the minds—thoughts, intentions, and desires—of every human being. But when the network was compromised, every person linked to it perished. Asher and Evelyn were the only two people (or so they thought) in the world who were not plugged in. Asher Grant survived the apocalypse onboard a spaceship heading for an international space colony. He had not planned on returning. The irony did not amuse him. Now drowning in grief and completely uninterested in his Eve, Asher is hell-bent on choosing extinction. Evelyn Coble survived the apocalypse in an underground shelter after a confrontation with the very man who ended the world and then took his own life. If Evelyn had not long ago repented and dedicated her life to goodness, she would not have been there with him at all. Now Evelyn can turn only to her convictions in attempt to convince Asher that life is worth living—and the world worth repopulating. This innovative novel began as a literary journey that attempted to explain “the gap theory,” but soon developed into a far-reaching story that encompassed the realms of science fiction, speculative fiction, fate, spirituality, purpose, love and human nature. Epoch Dawning will open your eyes and challenge your perception of reality.
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by on October 23, 2016
- Dr. C. H. E. Sadaphal, May 2016
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