Labor of Love Publications is proud to announce the release of Bright Night Past Yesterday: Book One of Forever Tomorrow: Volume One ofThe Book of Tomorrows, Author Alexander Ulysses Thor’s Epic Futuristic Trilogy within a Trilogy.
Beginning at the end, Bright Night Past Yesterday starts things off in 2190. New America celebrates its first centennial, marking the time when a wandering-rouge turned into a Prophet Warrior and rebuilt the battle-scarred country on five key principles for survival he found in the pages of The Book of Tomorrows. But a hereditary link to a young couple reveals a dark conspiracy that forces them on a fateful journey through the past to save their future tomorrow.
Michael Angel meets Eve Adams for the first time through a government mandated Selected Breeding Program. They fall in love at a museum after joining a group of schoolchildren taking a virtual tour through history given by an animated, 3-D old man, who looks like a cross between Albert Einstein and The Monopoly Man. Michael is the long lost heir of the Prophet Warrior, and Eve is a member of the FWF (Free Will Forever) rebel group, specifically recruited to match to Michael and covertly raise the heir’s offspring without his knowledge.
Now available for first time in print, Bright Night Past Yesterday is about 200 pages long and is also available worldwide in ebook formats through Amazon.com and other internet distributors. Volume One: Forever Tomorrow can stand alone as its own trilogy that is suitable for readers of all ages, while Volume Two: I, Messiah and Volume Three: The Prophet Warrior tell much darker stories about how it got that way and are written for more mature readers, who can pass them down to their children when old enough.
The Book of Tomorrows will Entertain the Reader with A Good Story, while it Enlightens the mind to the Hypocrisy of Truth found living in A Disinformation Age, and Empowers the body to fight back with knowledge of Our God Part giving us all the Free Will to choose tobe Gandhi or become Hitler. A story of survival in a harsh world, it offers up an alternate reality as relevant today as it might be forever tomorrow. Because if we don’t start living smart, we are all going to die stupid.
“Not wanting to be another brainwashed Manchurian Candidate living in a Jackass Nation, I was inspired to write The Book of Tomorrows after asking myself what my purpose was, why I was here,” says the author of the trilogy spanning over 175 years into the future. “Writing this trilogy has given my life purpose in doing something that serves the whole along with the self, being part of the solution instead of part of the problem. Anyone who picks up a copy and decides to invest their valuable time in my novel will be treated to a grand action adventure set against the backdrop of a powerful love story that conveys a positive message of hope.”
The thing that sets this fantastic visionary tale apart from other genre stories, it’s not about boy wizards, teenage vampires, or children hunting each other. Instead, it’s a well-crafted suspense thriller filled with heroic journeys, brave sacrifices, romantic interludes, cliffhanger endings, and memorable characters with quotable dialogue that could become part of our everyday lexicon. Alexander’s writing style seems to speak directly to the reader as it seamlessly segues from one scene to the next with the lyrical flow of a Shakespearean tragedy mixed in with a pulpy Tarantino-esque homage to pop-culture, which The Author could easily adapt for film
About the Author: Alexander Ulysses Thor developed a strong thirst for knowledge at an early age, and after experiencing an epiphany of purpose, he finally realized his purpose. He was born to write this trilogy, knowing the only way to effect real change in this world is with awesome power of the Written Word found in the pages of A Good Story. Born in the early Sixties, Alexander has seen many decades of change throughout his life, giving him a unique world perspective and the proper mindset to take on such an ambitious project.
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