A Thousand Years: Earth's Dark Future

A Thousand Years: Earth's Dark Future

by Paulinette Jaén Quirindongo



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A Thousand Years: Earth's Dark Future by Paulinette Jaén Quirindongo

Set in an apocalyptic North Dakota, the story revolves around young woman by the name of Naomi, who lives in the year 4036 when the world we know is destroyed after the Fourth World War. Thus the Third and Final Phase of the human extinction was created. Now in the year 4036, people have lost what little humanity they have left and now as a way for survival people depend in the use of violence and murder. Then one day, while trying to escape from a dangerous foe, Naomi accidentally travels one thousand years back in time and into the Second Phase of human extinction. Naomi knows from history that the events that occurred in the Second phase were responsible for shaping her grim world. Naomi along with the help of the leaders of the clan will learn how to survive inside a society still not dominated with violence while at the same time learns that not everything must be seen like a battlefield. While being in the Second Phase not only must she help in preventing a war among the clans, but also deal with her stubborn heart as she starts falling in love while trying to stay alive as an old enemy returns. Would her interference in the past give her a chance to change her black future or will she be responsible in creating a far worse future?

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ISBN-13: 9781514783214
Publisher: CreateSpace Publishing
Publication date: 06/30/2015
Pages: 228
Product dimensions: 6.00(w) x 9.00(h) x 0.48(d)

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