With a science fiction leap of imagination, yet based upon well-researched historical facts – this enchanting tale of The Unbeknown tells of a benign alien civilisation; secretive beings who have survived on Earth for millennia. Some are hiding in underground warrens and some walk amongst us. They communicate by symbols and discreet inscriptions; all visible to the human eye, yet often unseen. These are extra-terrestrials who have infiltrated the normality of modern life with affable ease, yet their only desire is to gather up those who are lost and head back home. In 2011, the life of a young and talented stage magician becomes interwoven with the plight of the missing aliens. Plagued with a rare clairsentience ability, he becomes enveloped in the world of ancient Celtic legends and mystical beings. Pushed unwillingly into a paranormal detective mission, he also treads the sorry path of unrequited love. Over time, he gradually unravels his destiny, his biology and his connection to the far cosmos. Sacred scriptures, the creation of the human genome, lost biblical prophesies, extra-terrestrial conspiracies, demonic conjuring’s and magic that can distort every law of physics.
About the Author
I was born in the industrial mining town of Leigh in Lancashire; a small place tucked away in the North West corner of England. As someone who adores history, genealogy, mythology, philosophy, castles and all things strangely secretive and paranormal, I decided to blend all the things I love into 'The Prophesy of Tamar' series.
My first book is "The Lines of Tamar" and it's sequel 'The Unbeknown' has just been published. The 3rd book in the series (Clarah) will follow late 2017.
Although placed in the science fiction genre, note that all books are well-researched, and so contain more than a hint of truth. Along with many twists and turns, some sentimentality and a surprise scattering of wit, the reader should be thoroughly entertained and taken onto a journey into their own imagination. Note that my website contains pictorial and musical interpretations of both books -just for fun!
Most Helpful Customer Reviews
2nd book a winner too ! By Jayne Shufflebotham on 8 Mar. 2017 - Verified Purchase Yet another scintillating read from the author and the re-introductions of some of the characters from the authors first book ensured the continuity and believability of the initial Tamar theme. The Unbeknown incorporate theories and subjects that were new to me and I did have to re-read some of the sci-fi detail towards the end of the book to fully understand the logic and implication, but it certainly left me pondering over who and what is fact, fiction, human or otherwise in our current society