No civilization has ever stood the test of time. When societies collapse...how do the unprepared survive?
After ancient Rome fell to the barbarian hordes and its light went out, 500 years of economic and cultural deterioration followed in Europe - The Dark Ages. In the 14th century, the most brutal pandemic to ravage mankind finally pulled this part of the world out of the darkness. The Black Death decimated over 60 percent of the population, creating an immediate surplus of goods and land, which catapulted Europe into a new age of the rebirth: The Renaissance.
The Black Death pandemic of the 14th century was no act of nature. The outbreak was unleashed on purpose, by an ancient and occult cabal which still operates at the present time, behind the secret societies of the rich and powerful.
In the year 2020, moved by the desire to launch humanity into a new era of enlightenment and scientific advancements, this same obscure society plans to release a virus which can wipe out up to 90 percent of the world's population. Political maneuvering and the biggest false flag event in generations sets their plan in motion, and immediately the president of the United States is caught in a web of horror woven by this powerful global elite.
In the midst of it all, a clandestine CIA agent is torn between honor, duty and family. A struggling entrepreneur obeys the state and yet pays the ultimate price. An influential philanthropist has a dark secret that can alter the course of history, one which might lead a trio of scam artists to get more than they ever expected.
As modern society crumbles and the final unleashing of a New World Order takes place, these five lives will collide in a violent struggle for control, power and ultimate survival.
©2015 Sophistworks, LLC (P)2016 Sophistworks, LLC
The author spends the time to develop each character in the story. This had me hooked and invested to see their "plight" relating to their unique situation in the story.
The storyline is all its own. It has twists and turns like Pulp Fiction, Breaking Bad, and SOA. It is extremely well done and a little crazy at times. Crazy in a good way!
DJ Holte's performance is perfect. I liked the different voices he had for each character and the background work was exceptional.
Absolutely. I listened to it on a road trip and it made time fly. The end of each chapter left me speculating how the story would progress. The story switches between characters between chapters and I kept listening because I had to know!
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