“The darkness will drown them all.”
One night in a small town will change two universes in this relentless, action-packed saga.
The clock is running out on Jamie Sheridan, who carries a genetically-engineered time bomb inside him. In eight hours, he will become a god, a monster, or he will die. He fights to survive against all hope, with his best friends Michael Cooper and Samantha Huggins at his side.
Their desperate quest will take them into another universe, where a galactic empire stands on the brink, and the balance of forty worlds is about to be shattered.
Destinies will be formed, friends and lovers will face betrayal, the fire of war will grow, and an ancient force will rise.
What Amazon readers say about the books of The Impossible Future:
The Last Everything:
★ ★ ★ ★ ★ “I really enjoyed the twists and turns in the plot as Jamie tries to figure out who to trust as he struggles with the new truth in his life. The end was surprising and primed me for the next book …” – Yenot Raccoon
The Risen Gods:
★ ★ ★ ★ ★ “The concepts of this series is so sweeping and so tightly written it pulls you right into the midst of this reality. I read The Last of Everything and immediately had to buy and read this. … You can feel that this story took hold of the author and would not let go. The writing is very visual and packs an emotional punch. I won’t forget the Chancellory any time soon.” – Amazon Customer
The Reversing Tide:
★ ★ ★ ★ ★ “Delivers a masterfully crafted story. … The author superbly world builds and develops the characters as they weave a fabulous tapestry full of twists, turns, betrayals, love and hope.” – Andres Kabel
The Promised Few:
★ ★ ★ ★ ★ “I can’t express how incredible this entire series has been. It sounds so silly and corny that a book was so dang good that you can’t express it! But it’s really hard to find words to say how great this book and the rest of the series is. A fantastic space-opera, with time-y elements (that one is just hard to explain without giving it all away), and a really incredible story too. I never wanted this one to end.” – Fluffyluggage