It is the End of Days. A nuclear strike hits New York. Alfie, survives, but with no memory of what has happened. The only thing he can remember with any clarity is how to play his guitar and a few snatches of old blues and folk songs. Another survivor, Meg, has taken refuge in the hills of Vermont. She too is the victim of near absolute amnesia. The few things she can recall are her only hope at survival in these darkest of days.
Across the country, a prophet called John is reveling in the fallout of chaos that accompanies the strike, and is calling for Judgement Day against sinners while all around him civilization burns. This is the final battle. Alfie and Meg don’t know it, but they have a grim destiny. They must stand together and defeat the Great Beast with only their faith to shield them. Can they build a New Jerusalem from the ruins of the White House?
SLMN is a writing duo made up of two unique talents. In one life he has fought injustice wherever he has seen it, spending several years in developing nations helping those who couldn’t for whatever reason help themselves. He worked on projects to bring fresh water to areas without it, to provide sex and health education and secure vital aid in war torn regions. He has served on peace keeping forces, campaigned against the deployment of landmines and in the last decade devoted his life to ecological issues, most notably combating the illegal trade in endangered species. He has witnessed atrocities no man should ever see, and glimpsed the secret inner workings of the world run by the rich and powerful making him enemies of some of the most dangerous men in the world. Never once has he walked away from a fight. In another life SLMN has produced a number of movies and is both a New York Times and USA Today Bestselling Author.
”Scary conspiracy thriller...Clever.
”Frighteningly realistic...With fast-paced action....a fun and exciting read with a wide appeal perfect for fans of complex series heroes like Jack Reacher and Joe Ledger, with a dash of Dan Brown sensibility.
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”Any readers who have been fans of Dan Brown's conspiracies will enjoy.