A Nepenthean Solution by Rod Rogers is free today in the Amazon Kindle store, and has received an average user rating of 4 out of 5 stars based on 15 customer reviews. You can pick up your free copy by clicking here or typing in http://amzn.to/zYE9CR into your computer’s web browser.
Category: Science Fiction
Here is the book’s description from the Amazon website:
A Nepenthean Solution is the first segment in a five-part story.
Someone or something is steering mankind toward destruction. We wrestle with symptoms, but the cause eludes us until one day, deep in the Peruvian rainforest, an ancient protagonist awakens — an ally in a protracted struggle that began before the solar system existed.
In A Nepenthean Solution, four men and a woman attempt to derail an offworld plot to hurl humankind back to the Stone Age at best, or to extinction should that prove more efficient. Those who resist this plot intervened once previously, sixty-five million years ago, long before humankind walked the planet. They saved Earth from destruction but could not deflect the ultimate goal by an antagonist whose form and purpose remain a mystery.
A Nepenthean Solution is the first of five novels that tell this story. It is the beginning of the end. The Flight of the Solar Archangel continues the story of mankind’s call to arms and of the end of the Grim War five hundred years later. The third novel, Prides of Sol, takes man into space, there to face an implacable foe and there to end a thousand years of deadly strife – the end of the beginning.
In Prides of Sol, we learn of the Danua who had seeded Earth, and of the long-dormant city of Mu’rias on Danu in the Tir Na n’Og system. The circle is now complete, for humankind has reseeded Danu.
The Children of Danu, Part One, tells of the origins of the circle and hints at the future.
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