Set roughly 500 years in Earth’s future, Chaos’ Beginning takes place on Mars, now a terraformed and settled planet. James Hall, a reporter for Mars’ New Chicago Times, encounters the man he comes to know as Eric Pohlman while doing field research for an article. Eric takes James under his wing and reveals to him the truth of the War of Insurrection, a war that the Terran Government had slowly sought to erase from human memory. Over the course of their interviews, James learns about the fantastic abilities of Eric’s people as well as the source of their power: nanites.
This break-out novel weaves together the interviews of Eric and James as well as events from Eric’s past and those of Chaos, the leader of the Insurrection. Follow along as James pieces together what really happened 500 years ago on Earth, Eric does his best to fight the rising tide of Chaos’ army, and Chaos slowly becomes more powerful while descending into madness.
Chaos’ Beginning is the first book in the Chaos’ Orbit saga.
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by on October 24, 2016
- James Hall, May 2012
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