Free Download [Historical Fiction Book] µ The Manasseh Project - by Warwick Kingsley ✓


  • Title: The Manasseh Project
  • Author: Warwick Kingsley
  • ISBN: null
  • Page: 342
  • Format: Kindle Edition

  • In a single, terrifying instant, every living person on Earth vanishes The planet is left utterly devoid of human life Then slowly, people begin to reappear thrust back into a world that has lain derelict for centuries Driven by the hope of somehow reaching his family in Scotland, airline pilot Dale Malloch joins with other destitute survivors Together, they begin theIn a single, terrifying instant, every living person on Earth vanishes The planet is left utterly devoid of human life Then slowly, people begin to reappear thrust back into a world that has lain derelict for centuries Driven by the hope of somehow reaching his family in Scotland, airline pilot Dale Malloch joins with other destitute survivors Together, they begin the perilous journey across the treacherous mountains and expansive plains of North America, towards the vast Atlantic Ocean, hopeful of finding some way to cross it, But what is the unearthly, deformed creature that stalks through the woods of Chicago Who is the strange woodsman with an eerie tale to tell Who are the murderous savages that slaughter bewildered survivors in the midst of the crumbling jungle ruins of New York City While Dale and his companions face deadly encounters with violent men, ever striving to reach the ocean before the winter snows arrive, Bella Malloch and her two young children struggle for survival on the freezing, forlorn moors of the Scottish highlands Each step Dale takes brings him closer to his family and to a discovery so devastating, that its sheer immensity has driven those who know the truth to the very edge of bloodthirsty barbarity and beyond.
    Warwick Kingsley
    Warwick Kingsley is an author and playwright, technology enthusiast and devoted family man He has written several books both fiction and non fiction and one act plays In his youth, Warwick enjoyed the works of Jules Verne, Charles Dickens and Mark Twain, as well as many of the recent and contemporary pop fiction writers such as Michael Crichton, John Grisham, Jeffrey Archer and Robert Ludlum.He lives in Johannesburg with his wife and three amazing kids When he isn t agonizing over the fifty or plot ideas swimming around in his head and often when he is you ll find him engaged in church and community service, working hard at his day job or enjoying the company of his family.


    Commentaires:

    Papaphilly
    The Manasseh Project is a rollicking good read. It has everything including the kitchen sink. Time travel, a mad scientist, the end of the world, good guys, bad guys, the military, and a damsel in distress all make appearances and it is wonderful.Warwick Kingsley has written a highly readable first novel and man what a job he has done. This is a time travel novel, but like no other that I have read before. He asks what happens when the entire world jumps forward in time a couple of hundred years [...]

    Sue
    Great story - well thought through, some excellent research and good characterisation.The story revolves around a military scientific experiment which affects the whole world, or at least all the humans in it, by thrusting them forward into the future, possibly by several hundred years. As people begin to reappear many are killed due to the infrastructure having crumbled - for example those who were in high-rise apartments plunge instantly to their deaths, and others might reappear where a tree [...]

    Tari_Roo
    Fabulously original premise: imagine being catapulted 300 years into the future and finding the world you knew to be in ruins. The main characters of the story find themselves out of time, out of place and facing the challenges of a world now unfamiliar and threatening. Add in the mystery as to what actually happened and trying to find your way home, and the story becomes compelling and engaging.I enjoyed the detail and depth of research evident in the story, and nothing seemed vastly implausibl [...]

    Gregory Kingsley
    Very well written and riveting to the end. Vivid imagery and original story. Really enjoyed in.

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      Published :2019-01-09T06:17:28+00:00