The Paradox of Time

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iUniverse, Nov 1, 2003 - Fiction - 592 pages
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At the beginning of the twenty-first century a leading American scientist received a special assignment from a US government's top official. Then he became threatened by a mysterious evil force.

The sinister killer threw him into the abyss of Hell where no organic matter can be sustained and no living creature can survive. But the human spirit proved to be undefeated, even suffering the loss of three lives the hero is tough enough to survive, transform to a God, fight back and repel the enemy.

His adversary is an ancient incarnation of evil, his enemies are much numerous, but once defeated Gods in a Sacred Zone of Lazakria and robotic creatures from neutral space colonies are awaiting for his help.

The divine virtue of the ancient relic of godly power--the Eye of the Beholder--enabled Alan to unlock the mystery of Time Mechanism, a device which could turn the Tide of Time. Destroying enemy naval armadas in a harsh battle, a hero realized that the brutality of the first encounter with the Empire of Evil was nothing else than a beginning of a Mortal Combat--The War of Armageddon.

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