Final Illusion is the second part of the Second Genesis story. Gerald and the group of people from the 20th/21st century continue to expand their community, watched over by the mysterious Hagan. However, on the far distant planet of Thaulus, events are unfolding that will bring further danger to the delicate balance of the Earth. A black rock which is found on land inhabited by the Kudlu tribe, has the power to create and destroy planets. The Kudlu need to stop it getting into the wrong hands. When most of the Kudlu are killed, the remaining few flee to Earth. They release the rock into the atmosphere, with devastating results. Can the devastation be halted or is it too late to save the Earth? The truth about Hagan’s plan is finally revealed in all its horror, and not even Gerald can stop him.
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About the Author
I have been writing since I was a child. When I was a teenager, I wrote a lot of poetry and later on, I wrote articles and short stories which were published in various magazines. The job I liked best was interviewing a man called Ben Clapp, who was assistant to John Logie Baird but had never received any recognition. The Scottish Field carried my two-page article which came to the attention of Radio Rentals, who gave him a video recorder so that he could record his favourite TV programmes. I am often asked how I write. I start with an idea and then let the characters walk about in my head, doing whatever they want. My task is to write it down. That way, the plot is never artificial. I will never force my characters to do something that simply isn’t in their natures in order to progress the plot. Sometimes I have plans for them, but they decide to go in another direction, like the lady who got on a motorbike and went to a beer festival! That hadn’t been my idea at all. I am retired and live in the UK near to my sons, daughter-in-law and grandson. When I am not writing, I like to dance or play music on my piano, keyboard, violin or recorder.