Imagine, the world Jack was born into, no longer exists. Faced with the utter destruction of all life on Earth, can our heroes survive? The Great Ogre continues to wage war with all the other Tribes, confounding chances of survival, when the primordial forces of Mother Earth are unleashed upon a mainly unsuspecting human nature. In a ripping yarn, The Wrath of Gaia depicts a vision of the end of the world, completely original, entirely believable, and based in geological evidence. Amid fast-paced, spicy action, survivors struggle with their daily existence, displaying humour, and they are also led to question their deepest beliefs: Are religions innately misogynistic? What of the balance between Man the hunter, and Woman the creator of life? What greater evil, was evoked in the concept of ‘original sin’? What is the nature of God—a deity, or was humanity created by an Alien race that came to Earth millions of years ago? That hypothesis, as presented in this book, is difficult to refute. Humanity has no common antecedent with the Great Apes. Did a race of star faring Ancestors create the missing link—create us? What is the elusive kernel of ‘original truth’ when it comes to our shared Humanity? What ties us together might also wrench us apart. Once we know where we came from, Once we know who we are, How will we discover where we are ultimately going: Star Gazer, Second Trilogy...
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John C. Morris has never accepted anything simply because it is the norm. Morris admits, “I have enjoyed so many different careers, and seen so much of the world in the process, they seem like separate lifetimes. I always wanted to be a folk/rock star, because I have always been driven to tell stories of peoples lives and loves, by writing lyrics. Whilst being very good at playing a 12-string acoustic guitar, I could not sing to save my life. Over time, I discovered I could write, poems and short stories first, and then novels.” Born in England and living in China since 2004, he has held numerous positions, from the ten years he spent as a police officer specializing in serious fraud, to entrepreneur and world trader, to writer. Early on he qualified as a yacht master for sailing vessels. Married to a supportive (and long-suffering) Cantonese woman, Morris is father to their young daughter. Although he and his wife do not share a language, they communicate exceptionally well. Morris writes about his cross cultural experiences on his web site, www.china-expats.com. He has also designed the web site for a company formation agency. Morris draws on his eclectic life experiences in his writing (author website). Having finished Fractured, a mystery espionage thriller, Morris is at work on the final publishing stages of Star Gazer Trilogy, a contemporary work of science fantasy/science fiction.
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