WINNER: Pinnacle Book Achievement Award - Best Science Fiction
WINNER: Feathered Quill Book Awards - Gold Medal - Science Fiction/Fantasy
WINNER: Readers' Favorite Book Awards - Bronze Medal - Fiction Dystopia
“But what are we without dreams?”
A new grand vicar, known as the usurper, has taken over the keep and is using its knowledge to reinforce his hold on power.
Despite their good intentions, the seekers find themselves leading an army, and for the first time in a millennium, their world experiences the horror of war.
But the keepmasters’ science is no match for the dreamers, leaving Orah and Nathaniel their cruelest choice—face bloody defeat and the death of their enlightenment, or use the genius of the dreamers to tread the slippery slope back to the darkness.
[Dystopian, Science Fiction, Post-Apocalyptic, Religion]
Kirkus Reviews: "In this third installment, Litwack gives fans a plot both action-driven and cerebral. All around, a superbly crafted adventure. An enthralling finish to a thoughtful, uplifting sci-fi series."
Evolved Publishing presents the multiple award-winning third book in the extraordinary "The Seekers," a series that has received many awards (for all 3 books) and exceptional reviews This is a series you do not want to miss. [DRM-Free]
Books by David Litwack:The Children of Darkness (The Seekers - Book 1)The Stuff of Stars (The Seekers - Book 2)The Light of Reason (The Seekers - Book 3)The Daughter of the Sea and the SkyAlong the Watchtower
More Great Sci-Fi from Evolved Publishing:The "Dirt and Stars" Series by Kevin KillianyThe "Red Death" Series by Jeff AltabefThe "Panhelion Chronicles" Series by Marlin DesaultThe Jakkattu Vector by P.K. Tyler
Keywords: dystopian, post apocalyptic, free, freebie, science fiction
Aldous Huxley's profoundly important classic of world literature, Brave New World is a searching vision of an unequal, technologically-advanced future where humans are genetically bred, socially indoctrinated, and pharmaceutically anesthetized to passively uphold an authoritarian ruling order--all at the cost of our freedom, full humanity, and perhaps also our souls. “A genius [who] who spent his life decrying the onward march of the Machine” (The New Yorker), Huxley was a man of incomparable talents: equally an artist, a spiritual seeker, and one of history’s keenest observers of human nature and civilization. Brave New World, his masterpiece, has enthralled and terrified millions of readers, and retains its urgent relevance to this day as both a warning to be heeded as we head into tomorrow and as thought-provoking, satisfying work of literature. Written in the shadow of the rise of fascism during the 1930s, Brave New World likewise speaks to a 21st-century world dominated by mass-entertainment, technology, medicine and pharmaceuticals, the arts of persuasion, and the hidden influence of elites.
"Aldous Huxley is the greatest 20th century writer in English." —Chicago Tribune