Keila is the perfect revolutionary:
Lacking things like intelligence, sanity or common sense,
She has something far more important: plot armour and the telepathic help of Rangda, the evil space demon!
Divine Space Gods II : Revolution for Dummies is dark comedy parody on The Divine Sedition by the same author.
It’s the year 2872 and the young, beautiful, and insane Keila Eisenstein is on the run from her long-time stalker, Bjorn Muller. Escaping him for the umpteenth time, Keila crashes down on the asteroid colony Eden, most famous for the long running reality show “The Bronze Age Fools”
Convinced that Eden is her destiny, Keila kills “The Bronze Age Fools” unwitting main star Abraham Goldstein, which forces the show to cancel. Keila then fakes her own death by deleting her social media account and instructs her lover Metatron to release a press release blaming the cancellation of "the Bronze Age Fools" on Bjorn Muller.
Bjorn, who is convinced that Keila is dead, as he can’t imaging her willingly deleting her SpaceBook account, goes back to Earth for a holiday. The holiday is ruined as Bjorn is blamed for causing the cancellation of everyone’s favourite show!
Being “dead”, Keila builds up a revolutionary movement against the ruling Terran Council. Despite her lack of intelligence or common sense, her plot armour is leading her on the way, and with the help from the evil space demon Rangda, she is poised to free humanity from the oppression of the incompetent array of villains that make up the Terran Council.
But, is relying on an evil space demon to free humanity from a group of plutocratic oppressors really a good idea?
Being reborn in the 21st century, Sabina must stop the apocalypse from happening in the 29th.
Sabina is a gifted 18-year-old girl living in Sydney in the year 2037. She carries a unique secret that she used to be the Chosen One, who failed to stop the apocalypse from occurring in the year 2887. As she died, she asked The True Maker to let her be reborn in 2019 and to keep her powers.
After narrowly escaping being raped by the spoiled brat Joshua Harkins, Sabina has an epiphany: That it is time for her to set out on her mission to find the Primordial Zeto Crystal, also known as the Holy Grail.
Her quest takes her to Jerusalem where evil men are after the Holy Grail for their own nefarious purposes. Facing the conspirators, Sabina sets out on a dangerous journey to find and purify the magical artefact and stop it from falling into the wrong hands.
But stopping evil is not an easy task, and what sacrifices must Sabina make to reach her goal, and will she be able to retain her innocence throughout the ordeal?
In the distant future, the villainous trillionaire, Abraham Goldstein, funds a top-secret project to travel to the divine dimension and meet the god of his people. Upon reaching the divine dimension, he finds out that God is dead. He also finds the technology necessary to take God's place and become a god in the eyes of men.
Many years later, Abraham and his group of angels, a group of genetically engineered super soldiers, rule Eden, a world terraformed to simulate the holy land during the Bronze Age. They rule with terror and fear following the ancient laws, until one day when an accident turns Abraham’s closest angel, Lucifer, against him. It becomes an event that plants the seed of Abraham’s destruction. Meanwhile, an ancient force is conspiring in the background to make its return to our world.
Guided by her prophetical visions, Keila takes on the oppressive Terran Council. But can the source of her visions be trusted?
The Divine Sedition takes place in the year 2872 and follows young Martian rebel Keila Eisenstein in her fight against the oppressive Terran Council.
In a vision, Keila realizes that to reach her goal to free her people, she first has to liberate the asteroid colony Eden from the tyrant Abraham Goldstein. She succeeds and takes control over Eden.
Having gained control over Eden, Keila fakes her own death to fool the Terran Council officer assigned to detain her, Rear Admiral Bjorn Muller.
Keila decides to use Eden as her base of operations deceptively turning the Terran Council members against each other. Keila faces overwhelming odds trying to take down the mighty Terran Council that has been dominating the solar system and oppressed the majority of humanity for over 500 years.
Keila does, however, have one trump on hand against these overwhelming odds: Her mysterious divine connection.
Her visions are leading her way, and with access to the late Abraham Goldstein's technology, Keila can unveil secrets that will help her free humanity from the oppression of the few elite plutocrats dominating all of humankind.
But, her connection comes at a price. Thus, are the Zetans, controlling Keila as a puppet, indeed better than the Terran Council oppressors she seeks to replace?
A Cold Night for Crying takes place after humanity has been invaded and dominated by an alien species, the Karadi, in World War III. The focus of the book is about the sadness and grief that Mr and Mrs Friedlander felt, after they were informed that their son have died in the war in the Rocky Mountains.
The Strange Case of Dr. Jekyll and Mr. Hyde is a Gothic novella by Scottish author Robert Louis Stevenson, released in 1886. The work is also known as , Dr. Jekyll and Mr. Hyde, or simply Jekyll & Hyde The book follows a London lawyer named Gabriel John Utterson who investigates strange occurrences between his old friend, Dr Henry Jekyll, and the evil Edward Hyde.This classic novella introduced the phrase "Jekyll and Hyde" to refer to people with an unpredictably dual nature: usually very good, but sometimes shockingly evil.
New Atlantis is an utopian novel by Sir Francis Bacon, published in 1627. In New Atlantis Bacon portrays a vision of the future of human discovery and knowledge, expressing his aspirations and ideals for humankind. The novel depicts the creation of a utopian land where "generosity and enlightenment, dignity and splendor, piety and public spirit" are the commonly held qualities of the inhabitants of Bensalem, a city named so after the Hebrew words interpreted as the complete son.. The plan and organisation of his ideal college, Solomon's House, envisioned the modern research university in both applied and pure sciences. The book presents unlimited power for the rule of self appointed "scientific" experts - for example it is forbidden to even tell ordinary people that the Earth goes round the Sun. There are no legal principles of natural justice limiting the power of this elite of "scientific" experts in Sir Francis Bacon's version of utopia.
Struggling with his mental health, James must catch a killer connected to his past!
When James Locker's boss, the legendary Michael Fuller is sacked from the central Sydney Murder Investigation Unit, his dream to be a crime detective finally comes true. His dream soon turns into a nightmare however, as his mental state is deteriorating and Sydney is plagued by a psychopathic serial killer who seems to have a special interest in James personally. Will James Locker manage to stop this villain, before it is too late?
This the second edition of the 2013 novel James Locker the Duality of Fate. The flow has been improved, and the word count is lower.
The book is told from the standpoint of a loyal household pet, a dog self-described by the first sentence of the story; "My father was a St. Bernard, my mother was a collie, but I am a Presbyterian." The story begins with a description of the dog's life as a puppy and her separation from her mother, which to her was inexplicable. Her puppy and her owner's new child were soon added to her new home. When a fire breaks out in the nursery, the dog risks her life to drag the baby to safety. In the process, her motives are misunderstood and she is cruelly beaten by the father of the family with a cane, resulting in her leg getting broken. Soon, however, the truth of the situation is discovered and she receives no end of praise. Later in the story, her puppy dies, killed by the father of the family to prove his opinion on optics to his scientist peers. Only a servant seems to realize the irony of this, exclaiming, "Poor little doggie, you saved HIS child!" In the end, the dog (who does not realize her puppy is dead until her own hour is upon her) pines inconsolable over the grave of the puppy with the clear implication that she will do so until death.
It happened in Japan is a 1923 romantic drama following a group of Western diplomats stationed in Japan during the end of the 19th century and the beginning of the 20th Century. Focused on the main character Pearl, the book gives a great description of how life for a Westerner was in Japan during the period.
The book mixes silly and melodramatic love themes with serious undertones and events. It is a diamond in the rough, available for the first time as an audiobook