In the aftermath of the Family Wars, the Semyaz arrive from unknown lands with a message of peace and hope. Their advanced technology and wisdom helps to rebuild the fallen cities, and their teachings that all people are Children of the Light promises to ensure that such horrific wars are a thing of the past.
But there are those who don’t trust their motives -- or their stated promise to improve the human race. Are the Semyaz altruistic benefactors, or do they represent the ultimate enslavement -- or even eradication -- of humanity as we know it?
The youthful and reckless Laméch is ripped from his comfortable city life and thrust into a centuries-old resistance where he discovers the true nature of the Semyaz and their multi-generational designs on humanity.
Numerous clandestine operations bring him face to face with their secret research facilities, his long-absent grandfather, and a beautiful dark-haired prisoner who teaches him the true meaning of love and sacrifice.
Laméch learns a new kind of warfare that entails trusting the plan established by his grandfather -- even though it seems destined to grant the Semyaz certain victory.
The Days of Laméch is the long-anticipated prequel to the award-winning The Days of Peleg, delving into the mysteries of the ancient Family Wars and drawing back the curtain on an age of antediluvian enlightenment -- and ultimate devastation
High Praise for The Days of Peleg:
“A gripping, first-rate epic that challenges current dogma.”
—Molly Simms, Kirkus Reviews
“Enjoyable, well-researched historical events and legends.”
Suzanne Sprague, Historical Novel Society
“I cannot praise this book strongly enough!”
Alicia Karen Elkins, Rambles Cultural Arts Magazine
523 pages in length, The Days of Laméch: The Long-Awaited Prequel to The Days of Peleg is being aggressively promoted to appropriate markets with a focus on the historical fiction category. With U.S. wholesale distribution through Ingram and Baker & Taylor, and pervasive online availability through Amazon, Barnes & Noble and elsewhere, The Days of Laméch meets consumer demand through both retail and library markets with a suggested retail price of $17.95.
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About the author:
Jon Saboe resides in Baltimore, MD with his lovely wife, Valory, where he works as a network administrator. He received his Masters Degree from Johns Hopkins University and currently guest lectures in area schools on Information Theory and Intelligent Design. He is also a concert pianist, an avid chess enthusiast, and a practitioner of jiu-jitsu.
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