The Mutatus Nullification is the riveting conclusion to one of the most critically-acclaimed stories from the fervid imagination of John David Krygelski; The Mutatus Procedure. Judtson, Kelsey, and their eclectic group of formerly mind-altered misfits, believing they had defeated the devious plot to seize control of the global power structure, are stunned to discover how horribly wrong they were.
"An excellent twist on a contemporary topic"
Krygelski writes a compelling and startling story centered on the mysterious arrival of a man who claims to be the Creator. Clearly not a mortal, Elohim - as the stranger prefers to be known - astounds those he meets with unexplainable miracles and reality-altering answers. All of this is but a prelude to his announcement that he has come to do something...something which will affect every person on Earth...something which will occur in five days.
Judtson Kent is a hard-nosed skeptic. In fact, he has made millions writing books debunking the myths and ridiculing the proponents of everything from Illuminati conspiracies to alien abductions. Then one day he is confronted with evidence…undeniable proof even he cannot refute. His world and belief system turned upside down, Judtson suddenly finds that his mind is slowly, inexorably losing control.
"Good Grief, Will It Ever End"
Jack Augur comes back from 30 years in the future to stop his own wedding. Although he was warned not to tamper with any other events, within minutes of meeting his younger self, he is responsible for the accidental death of the man who is to go on to invent the time machine. As they struggle together to undo the damage they've done and get the world back on track, mysterious beings thwart their every attempt. John David Krygelski's second novel, Time Cursor is a rollercoaster ride of suspense, action, and intrigue with an ending that will not disappoint.
"Interesting. Needs a real narrator."
In this, John David Krygelski's third and perhaps most powerful novel to date, he creates a spine-tingling story of suspense, drama, and intrigue. After the only child of the President commits suicide, President Walker proposes an institution where people who have lost all hope may enter. Aegis, intended to be a civilized alternative to suicide, is built and opened.
"Not the book I thought it would be"