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   Cradle's End, by Rex A. Horne  
 
  Novel, first publication in August 2008
 
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      If the religious fanatics had their way, all life on Earth would soon be destroyed. In the perverted view of their twisted leader, it was the commandment of God that they hasten the final judgment. The plan was nearing completion as the first ark carrying two hundred thousand humans, animals, and seed stock prepared to launch toward the newly discovered world. It would be a race between competing factions, one trying to save a remnant human civilization while the other sought to destroy it.

    It was into this conflict that Ashley Ryn was cast. She never considered herself a leader, but fate had selected her to decide the future of humanity. In one moment, she held mankind-s existence in her hands and would emerge as the force that would save two worlds. while the other sought to destroy it.

    Cradle-s End is a story about the resilience of the human spirit to adapt and overcome. It tells how the colonists established themselves on the new world, created a unique society from Earth and pledged to one day return and defeat the darkness that had engulfed the cradle of humans.

     
     
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  • Nord Chronicles, The (#4)

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  • Earth
  • Religion - Theology - Gods & Deities - Faith - Priests & Clerics

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