Overview

The Mayan calendar ends on December 21, 2012. Two forces have been battling for millennia with the entire cosmos as their playing field, and humans are the unfortunate pawns in their "cosmic chess match..." Some believe, "Prophecies are "being fulfilled..." In this new thriller by John Christian Hopkins, a reporter investigates a macabre murder at a secretive company that supposedly was one of the world’s foremost leaders in paranormal happenings; but what Napoleon Marquard thought might be murder and ...
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Twilight of the Gods

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Overview

The Mayan calendar ends on December 21, 2012. Two forces have been battling for millennia with the entire cosmos as their playing field, and humans are the unfortunate pawns in their "cosmic chess match..." Some believe, "Prophecies are "being fulfilled..." In this new thriller by John Christian Hopkins, a reporter investigates a macabre murder at a secretive company that supposedly was one of the world’s foremost leaders in paranormal happenings; but what Napoleon Marquard thought might be murder and embezzlement becomes something that he had trouble believing: mythological gods, goddesses and magical creatures from storybooks were seemingly coming to life; and led by Loki, the Norse god of mischief, some of the superpowered beings were bent on conquering the world….

Hopkins writes, "In the Twilight of the Gods… the Cycle of Time nears its end… In your time, they call this Armageddon…It is the beginning of the end of all you have known.”

Jaded tabloid reporter Napoleon Marquard is looking into a violent murder at the mysterious Fenris-Wolfe Technology, but the ghastly scene is just the prelude to mayhem – and possibly the end of the world!

Strange events begin to happen ever more frequently and reports from around the world tell of hideous creatures, ominous prophecies and powerful beings from ancient mythologies.

“This is a brilliant piece of writing from one of today’s most interesting Native authors,” Blue Hand Books founder Trace A. DeMeyer said.
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Product Details

  • BN ID: 2940013487536
  • Publisher: Blue Hand Books
  • Publication date: 11/17/2011
  • Sold by: Barnes & Noble
  • Format: eBook
  • File size: 391 KB

Meet the Author

John Christian Hopkins is also the author of “The Pirate Prince, Carlomagno” (Wampum Books, 2011) and “Nacogdoches”(Publish America, 2004). Twilight of the Gods is Blue Hand Books' first title, founded by Trace A. DeMeyer on 11-11-11.
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