Future Earth

A Post-Apocalyptic World at the End of Time

by Mark Alan Lindsley



Book Details

Language : English
Publication Date : 11/3/2023

Format : Hardcover
Dimensions : 6x9
Page Count : 502
ISBN : 9781665747950
Format : Softcover
Dimensions : 6x9
Page Count : 502
ISBN : 9781665747936
Format : E-Book
Dimensions : N/A
Page Count : 502
ISBN : 9781665747943

About the Book

Long ages after the god-like Others unleashed the Genetic Wars that annihilated the Old Earth, war is once again threatening to consume the planet, shattering an uneasy peace between the remnant races of that primordial conflict. Kiel, First Commander of the reptilian Eligor Empire’s Imperial Intelligence Service is obsessed with seeking out help from the primitive human Protectorate in order to determine why the once-benign insect-like Ikonians are suddenly and inexplicably on the rampage, and together, find a way of stopping them. Bishop, the human selected to assist Kiel, has little love for the Eligor but is forced by the masters of his knightly order to comply with the Eligor plea for help due to his unique and prophetic ability to use certain Old Earth technologies. Prophecy might finally be fulfilled and order restored to the world if Bishop is successful. Unfortunately the near-magical and awesome science of the Others does not give up its secrets easily, and worse, Bishop must journey to the very heart of Ikonia wherein awaits an even greater threat, a threat out of time itself, and with nothing but a hated Eligor and an ill-bred Wolf-Bird for company.

About the Author

Mark Alan Lindsley was born in the pine-forested mountains of Oregon State in 1959. The proud son of a fourth-generation logger whose ancestors helped settle the Pacific Northwest, he has spent the last 20 years of his career as a Director of Research and Development in the food industry, developing specialized products for national distribution, NASA and the US military. He was awarded Most Innovative R&D Team of the Year in 2014 by a national food technology magazine for his continuing work in this obscure scientific field. He now lives with his wife, Donna, on their 130-year-old farm, enjoying quiet solitude in the boundless arboreal forests in northwestern Ohio.