"interesting and entertaining" BookVetter Reviewer 4
"full of hilarious attempts at bravery, brawn and bad-assery ... antics that made me laugh ... kept me glued to the pages" Goodreads reviewer
"a highly entertaining novella that will keep you guessing as to what's next ... will have you begging for more" BookVetter Reviewer 1
"fast-paced science fiction story with comedic elements ... read it in one sitting" BookVetter Reviewer 3
"worth the time ... simple to follow ... characters remarkable in their different ways ... a lot of humor in the main character's perception of himself and the events occurring around him ... characters are intense in their emotions and drew me into the story." BookVetter Reviewer 6
From the Inside Flap
The Mayans predicted Armageddon's arrival long ago. Experts deciphered the secret writings and pronounced the dreadful date to be 12th December 2012. Twelfth of the twelfth of the twelfth.
December 2012 came and went. The earth did not expire in a fury of flame and pestilence; Armageddon slept for another day. The superstitious breathed a collective sigh of relief, while the sceptical snorted with derision: yet another prophecy exposed as no more than chilling words for the gullible to believe.
But the Mayans were right.
The expert translation in error, Armageddon now swoops overhead.
Unknown to the world, a second prophecy exists. Secret even amongst the Mayans, it describes events that precede the coming of Armageddon, signs that the end of the world is nigh. And hints that the world's end can only be forestalled by a jere of power, a son of stars, one who will perform acts of bravery over twelve days. If the jere succeeds, Armageddon will remain at slumber. If not ...
Jere has several translations. One is hero. Others are not so flattering.
Armageddon is at hand. Welcome to the twelve nights of Jeremy Sunson.