Life Will Never Be The Same!
The Summer Bestseller
The Canary Island’s Cumbre Vieja volcano is experiencing a major 8.9 earthquake.
Some say it’s just a local disaster. But, Dr. Samuel May, one of the world’s premier researchers on stratovolcanos knows different. He’s a renowned crackerjack scientist who’s predicted this earthquake would cause the volcano to collapse into the Atlantic Ocean.
When that happens, the displacement of seawater causes a catastrophic tsunami to race for the coastlines of Morocco, Portugal and France, before barreling down the English Channel, over the Barrier Gates and burying London beneath fifty feet of water.
With the Queen of England and Parliament meeting to discuss the impending threat, America is bracing for the biggest natural disaster ever recorded.
Invited to participate in preparedness meeting at the United Nations and White House, Samuel and his team must convince world leaders to evacuate their Atlantic Ocean coastlines from Europe to America.
Understanding the threat, the American President addresses the nation, and soon after, the city streets are chaotic with looting, rioting and uncertainty.
Enter Pope Callixtus the Fourth who is visiting the Canaries when the first tremor hits. Escaping near death on the island of Tenerife, he soon learns this is the beginning of something more when ancient Vatican secrets lead him to learn that the Earth is nothing more than a science project for an extraterrestrial race.
The aliens have begun to shut down the planet in a series of natural Cataclysms.
But, there is an assassination plot underway, the Jesuits want Callixtus dead for revealing their hidden agenda.
What follows is a race against time to save humanity.
Will Callixtus make it back to Rome in time to save the world?
Or… will life as we know it end with the annihilation of mankind?
- The Mountain MonstersJune 2, 2015 - 10:32 AM
Hey, fans, and welcome to summer… they say it’s going to be brutally hot. Climate change, maybe something worse, perhaps the beginning of the end. What do I know about it? All I can do is follow the research and stay out of the politics. I have enough to think about. I’ve just returned from […]