“Hope has to be the last thing to die.”
The first book in this epic sci-fi trilogy, THE ARMOR OF GOD, is set in a once-beautiful planet razed by a malignant alien virus called the Laani. Having effectively shielded itself from the wreckage of the world, the last remaining human settlement is Roue. Within this domed city, the last humans live comfortable lives, awaiting their inevitable extinction.
In the year of his eighteenth birthday, Ezra Blanchard must take part in military service, but when the army discovers that Ezra’s blood possesses extremely rare qualities, he is placed to be trained in Zenith, a top secret facility hidden from the citizens of Roue where Ezra discovers humanity’s last glimmer of hope: the Creux. These mysterious suits of armor of unknown origin and unimaginable power are the only weapon capable of battling the Laani virus on a microscopic level, and one of them can only be piloted by Ezra, a young man who doesn’t even believe humanity has a future.
Ezra enters an exciting new world full of new friends, new enemies, and new challenges, quickly understanding that training to pilot the Creux is not easy for body, mind, or spirit, and that Zenith, and its inhabitants, could hold some very dark secrets.
“Can bad things happen for good reasons?”
Still haunted by the events that took place during his escape from Zenith, Ezra Blanchard and a small team of Creux pilots begin the dangerous road to the lost city of Kerek. It is in those ruins where they might find the pieces that will complete the Armor of God, humanity’s only chance to avoid annihilation.
Though he has mastered the Minotaur, Ezra soon discovers that the threat created by the laani doesn’t only exist on the outside, but also within him, and that not everything is as it seems. On their last-ditch effort to stop the rebirth of a destructive god, shocking truths will be revealed, some of which will change them forever.
The creatures spawned by the monstrous divinity Lys have begun their final march, and time is running out. Not everyone will survive in “The Unfinished World”, the epic sequel to “The Armor of God”.
“All great truths begin as blasphemies.”
If emancipation is essential for a child’s independence, why do we hold on to our heavenly parents, our gods, even when breathing our last?
Nothing is left to faith in a world where Man can converse with the gods through prayer. Yet, even when its existence is undeniable, outsider Leander Rainsborough remains uninterested in the divine. Caught in a series of sudden tragedies and mysterious encounters, Leander is taken from his life of miserable exile and trapped in a vast and complex web of corruption. Leander will not only discover his ability to love and his capacity for faith, but also the disturbing secrets behind the creation of his world, and the gods who control it.
Intricate in plot, complex in theme and epic in scope, “Reverie of Gods” is a stand-alone fantasy and science fiction novel that explores Man’s relationship with faith and religion through a “strong, and exciting adventure” (Scott Williams, CBS Writer).
THE RIVEN GOD
“All I can hear now is the world, screaming at us: Save me.”
The time has come for humanity to take the last stand against the threat of extinction, and the Creux, once the only hope for survival, may have turned against them. Fighting through earth, hell, and heaven, the few remaining survivors must wield The Armor of God and find a way to stop a monstrous god, but doing so might mean making the ultimate sacrifice.
Now, finally near the end of the journey, and with all human life hanging in the balance, Ezra Blanchard must make a choice that could have consequences far beyond his reach and understanding.
The walls of the labyrinth have been shattered, and everything comes together for the final battle on the surface of a world on the brink of destruction . . . or salvation. Some will fall, some will rise, and nothing is certain in “The Riven God”, the final installment in this epic science fiction trilogy.