The year is 2050, and earth does not look the same. Surge Saturday, the day the tsunamis hit, devastated thousands of cities. Governments were toppled and lives were lost. For siblings Tom and Helene, everything changed. They didn’t have the luxury of staying in their family home and learning to navigate this strange new world. A vile group has taken hold of the government, and people are being forced into intellectual subservience. Anyone who disagrees with the new leadership is sent to their death.
Tom and Helene know they have to run, but where can they go? There aren’t many safe places left, and even those are at risk.
They decide to find their way to Blacksburg, Virginia, and are soon befriended by others who are on a mission to make things right within the world again. But can this ragtag group of philosophers and healers and everyday people actually save the world, or will the newly formed dark forces triumph?
"I hope you will find something for which you are searching. Those of you, who believe, as I do,
that our future is in danger and that we are the caretakers of the earth, will find described in
this novel the potential dystopian future we all fear. However, it is never too late. Those who
simply want to be entertained by a fast-moving adventure story with lots of sound and fury will
not be disappointed. A third group of readers with perhaps a more philosophical view of life
will see in this book an allegory resembling French writer Albert Camus’ La Peste (The Plague).
Evil in this book is not a plague, but something else. This book challenges the reader to decide
how to destroy the evil that runs rampant in our world. "
- Christian Pascale