ECLIPSE HORIZON STORY
The fate of the planet is no longer in the hands of humans. A military cyber weapon, codenamed Biblical, has been stolen from the government by its original creator, George D’Souza. Re-programming the weapon to protect rather than destroy the Earth, D’Souza quickly realizes there’s a problem and knows it could spell the end for humanity.
Book two in the Earth Ghost series, Eclipse Horizon picks up where The Jagged Edge finishes. When the repurposed cyber weapon Biblical starts going wrong, things quickly spiral out of control.
THE EARTH GHOST SERIES:
WHAT READERS ARE SAYING
"Action packed and very suspenseful, scary stuff for the current times we are in!" - BookSirens
"Thought provoking, fast paced, and almost impossible to put down." - Goodreads
"Raw, revealing and packed with action and a deep message." - BookBub
"Challenges such a charged topic with intelligence and vision" - Goodreads
"Enough twists and turns to keep you hooked until the end." - BookSirens
"Riveting! Kept me on the edge and was hard to take breaks from this story." - Goodreads
"The Jagged Edge is a thriller I won't easily forget." – Daily Dose of Books
EARTH GHOST SERIES INSPIRATION
The stories that shape our culture need to become more intimate with the forces that shape our environment.
When it comes to climate change information,
70% of the content is scientific, 20% is political and 10% is social. Yet 100% of it is divisive, analytical and is (or claims to be) purely fact based.
Now more than ever, we need stories that all sides of the discussion can relate to, while still creating positive friction.
I'm what you might call a lazy activist. While so many scientists, environmentalists and policymakers have stood up to address climate change, I sat down – for a really long time – to write stories that reframe the science with the help of some good old fashion thriller (non)sensibilities.
In the near future, our environment will likely be teetering, our lives dominated by the singular digital industrial complex. We will consume more than ever and environmentalists will become increasingly desperate.
And, when things are desperate, we all love a hero. Because the hero absolves us of responsibility. The one does the work for the many.
Unfortunately, one person can't make a difference to climate change, it's going to take the largest mobilisation in human history. But what if one person could force us to mobilise?