Tomorrows End (book one)
Do you have free will?
He never asked to be a hero, but the universe didn’t give him a choice.
Kevin Knight never wanted to be the one to save the galaxy. But when tragedy upends his life and demonic forces steal his soul, the fate of time and space are sealed. Until a scaly, trench-coat-clad alien appears and gives him a glimpse into the true nature of all things.
Astounded, Kevin learns the world he knows is merely an illusion created by alien beings who control humanity’s every move. With an invasion imminent, he must defeat the blackness and perfect his powers before the bloody battle begins.
Which prophecy will Kevin fulfill… the one of darkness or the one of light?
Freewill and the assurance that good will always win over evil are privileges that are not always guaranteed in G. R. Morris’s incredible blood-curdling dystopian thriller, Tomorrows End: The Path of a Savior (1).
This is fascinating, alarming and compelling. It’s an original science-fiction work that challenges reality as we know it. Its discussions are intriguing and thought-provoking and its incredible well-developed characters face their bizarre world with strength and courage. This is a one-of-a-kind story filled with staggering twists and turns which had me on the edge of my seat from start to finish turning the pages quickly to find out what could possibly happen next. It’s a thrilling, mind-blowing and horrific dystopian tale written by a skillful and gifted storyteller.