Volume 2 of the Nexus - Second Satan
Officially recognised as the world's first true telepaths, Thomas and Gemma Lewis find the right-wing media declaring them to be dangerous freaks. They are also exploited to promote paranormal tourism incurring the wrath of the local clergy who are less than pleased to see the streets of their small town filled with pagans, Goths, druids and the devotees of a new and powerful cult: The Church of The All-Seeing Eye who immediately declare the Lewises to be their Living Prophets.
To add to their woes, the Department of Security sends their most ruthless agents, Charren and Ambrose, to investigate the family and 'persuade' them to work for the Department as far-seers and assassins - by whatever means.
Meanwhile, the vengeful founder of the Church of the All-Seeing Eye, Edgar Ashcroft, returns from the dead to wreak revenge upon the Church by opening the doorway for the Beast, the Second Satan, to cross over and begin to feed.
Only Thomas Lewis - the Lever of Destiny - and his extraordinary niece, Gemma, can stop Ashcroft and the Beast - if only they could get away from the cameras, the cultists, the secret service agents, the local clergy, the drug dealers and - worst of all - the talent scouts.
The Beast reaches out with sprites and its Five Dark Disciples to feed upon the nightmares of mankind and so the Dreamless Siege begins - leading the Lewises, their friends, the Brothers, Charren and Ambrose to take part in an extraordinary battle - the Epiphany - to prevent Hell on Earth at the End of Days...
|Publisher:||Paul D.E. Mitchell|
|File size:||1 MB|
|Age Range:||18 Years|
About the Author
Paul D.E. Mitchell (b1956) has enjoyed a varied career in chemistry, computing, teaching, lecturing, music (as a bassist in numerous bands), and served as a senior Cardiff councillor for 10 years and was elected to the Cariff ward of Fairwater in May 2012. First as a single-father and then as a carer for elderly relatives, he retired from the private sector and politics (temporarily) to concentrate on poetry and bringing to life a complex near-future sci-fi/paranormal series of nine books (set in three trilogies) and three spin-off novels as well as several other genres. Light-Father is doing extraordinarily well and may be made into a film or an anime. Paul is also publishing and editing works by others of a co-operative of independent authors based in Wales and will soon take on a micro-publisher called Wuggles Publishing.