The Storms of Eternity

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Robert Williams, May 5, 2005 - Fiction
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Mike Rhoades, Reese Patterson, Josh Carter and his twin sister Jen are inseparable friends, but they each have a secret they cannot share with the others.

All that changes, however, during a sailing trip down the Alaskan coast, when they are struck by a violent storm. After the winds clear, the friends find themselves lost in a nightmare landscape where clouds cover the Earth with eternal darkness; roaming gangs stalk the unending night seeking victims, and two militant factions battle to rule the devastated land by any means necessary.

Mike, Reese, Josh and Jen are caught up in a fight for their lives, freedom, and their very humanity as they are drawn towards the inhuman being that has brought them into this apocalyptic future.for its own enigmatic plans.

  

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User Review  - Laura - Goodreads

It was a very good story that ended too quickly, like the story was resolved in about a page or two. If not for that, I'd give it another star, despite the suspicious science. Read full review

Contents

Prologue
1
The Journey
5
Jen
9
Josh
13
Reese
19
The Morning Storm
25
The Dead Earth
35
The Steelriders
51
The City of Ruins
112
The Prophet
124
Awakening
129
The Secret of the Storm
137
Nightfall
155
Joshs Transformation
174
Farewell to Paradise
189
The Elder
197

The Camp
72
Trial
83
The Steelriders Tale
86
Schism
90
In the Valley of Shadows
100
The Ruined Place
203
Down Below
215
Emergence
240
Fulfillment
248
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About the author (2005)

Robert Williams is the author of numerous books and articles addressing early childhood science and environmental education. He is in demand as a speaker and has traveled and conducted workshops throughout the United States, Asia, Europe, and Australia. He has also been a frequent guest on radio and television programs where he discusses science and environmental issues.

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