When history goes off course, can it be nudged back? Many believed that the second coming of Jesus Christ would occur around 1000 AD, but Armageddon failed to happen as scheduled.
For in 1000 AD, the long-lived, Amaranthine thirteenth apostle (chosen to replace Judas), set off on a perilous journey across Europe with a priceless and powerful treasure--twelve parchment scrolls inscribed by the twelve apostles. Matthias knows that if the scrolls can be read at the proper time at Glastonbury Tor in England, their powers will be initiated. History will be rewritten and the world would be restored to the glorious state originally envisioned by his Lord and God.
But Matthias is not the only one who knows what the power of the scrolls can do--nor is he the only ancient being with an agenda. All of the Amaranthine clans know that if the scrolls are ever put to use, they and their primordial families will disappear, as if they had never existed...
What is the price they--and the rest of humanity--will pay for postponing Armageddon?
"Postponing Armageddon" was a finalist in the 2011 "Anywhere But Here, Anywhen But Now" contest for aspiring Fantasy debut novelists, sponsored by Sir Terry Pratchett and Transworld Publishers.
|Publisher:||Barking Rain Press|
|Series:||The Amaranthines , #1|
|Sold by:||Barnes & Noble|
|File size:||4 MB|
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