Tomorrow's Eternity

Tomorrow's Eternity

by David E. Miller
     
 

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In our first novel, The Dawn of Tomorrow, the readers were introduced to David Rafflinstein. The young man who fell under the addictive spell of Lord Roberts, the mysterious stranger with fantastic, futuristic gadgets and truly amazing powers. The readers were privileged to share the pain and the joy of his bizarre experiences in growing up.
Tomorrow's Eternity

Overview

In our first novel, The Dawn of Tomorrow, the readers were introduced to David Rafflinstein. The young man who fell under the addictive spell of Lord Roberts, the mysterious stranger with fantastic, futuristic gadgets and truly amazing powers. The readers were privileged to share the pain and the joy of his bizarre experiences in growing up.
Tomorrow's Eternity continues the story in a direct time line with yet more mystery and intrigue as David's life slips from near normalcy back into the powerful grip of the clandestine Altairn Empire. Determined to accomplish his Directed Imperative, Lord Roberts once again invades David's life, again promising to bring him further fame and fortune...and to restore the love of his life. With the lives of those he loves on the line, David has little choice but to return to the influences which previously came close to destroying him, both mentally and physically.
Before Lord Roberts can effect further permanent damage upon David' life, he is disabled by a defective Trolitron power unit. And his true identity is discovered. At this point, his replacement, an Android named, Soolatha is introduced. She is painfully naïve, hopelessly in love with David, and reveals Lord Roberts plan to direct human destiny. Soolatha is both a comic and a tragic figure, yet she is the symbol of hope and eventually comes to display more humanity than most humans. Her beauty subjects her to unwanted attention, and her kind and gentle nature becomes an example to all who come to know and love her.

Product Details

ISBN-13:
9781462672080
Publisher:
Publish America
Publication date:
07/09/2012
Pages:
544
Product dimensions:
5.50(w) x 8.50(h) x 1.21(d)

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