"Packed with intrigue, suspense, vulnerability and avery likeable hero...a fun and witty story...kept my interest...sad to see it end"Debra, twoendsofthepen.blogspot.com
"Will take you through a gamut of emotions and you willgasp, laugh and want to know its ending." Angi, archaeolibrarianologist.blogspot.com
"Instantly struck me as more of a comedic sci-fi read,and it was just that. If you are fan of Douglas Adams, with his great sciencefiction bases, in his books, and an air or comedic value added as the cherry ontop...perfect for you." Bri, facebook.com/naturalbripage
"I loved this story...I laughed and cried. Jeremy Sunsonreminded me of Arthur Dent from The Hitchhikers Guide to the Galaxy by DouglasAdams. The author did a lovely job of creating characters thatfascinated." Domoni, deepinthecrease.wordpress.com
"Once again, MH Snowy has delivered an interesting,slightly offbeat story. Complex ideas regarding different dimensions and theapocalypse are brought into this quick-paced, humor-packed, sci-fi story."Katherine, papercraneseandd.blogspot.com
"The 12 Nights of Jeremy Sunson has been quite theadventure...would make a great science fiction/comic TV show" Nancy, the-avidreader.blogspot.com
"The Twelve Nights of Jeremy Sunson makes for a fun,quick read that fans of pulp science fiction tales will really enjoy. Theauthor does a good job of keeping the reader laughing and engaged while movingthe sci-fi action elements forward at a breakneck pace. If you're looking for aquick, light-hearted, science fiction drama with human elements as well as thehighest stakes imaginable, the end of the world, The Twelve Nights of JeremySunson might be perfect for you." Awesome Indies Reviewers, awesomeindies.net
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.