(PRWEB) July 08, 2015
Alien thieves planned to use Planet Earth to transfer stolen gold powder from a parallel world through teleportation, since they couldn’t break through the parallel world’s defenses. However, their test failed, and four of them found themselves in a world free of disease, religion, and wars. They appear to be stuck in the middle of a great conspiracy that seems stacked against them.
Jason Park, the author of several critical books against religion, believes the new world was the world we would have had if we were not manipulated with religious doctrines. He’s also hoping to find evidence supporting his theories about the history of gods and men.
Martin Cane, a famous solicitor, wants to know everything about the new world, because he finds the woman responsible for its security very attractive.
Besides worrying and missing her husband and small son, Suzan Cohen, also a solicitor, would like to see as much as she possibly can, hoping to do some shopping.
Reverend Paul Garner of the St. Michael Church in the little city of Micropolis, prays to return home immediately from this ungodly world.
Their appearance, however, becomes a problem for the world government. Agents and murderers are chasing them, and they have no idea who are their friends or enemies. The alien gods were only interested in Earth’s gold, using human slaves to dig it. Now they are using dogmatic religions to exercise dominion over the human race. This novel is a result of research about the origins of man, history, religions, and mythology.
About the Author: Andreas A. Paris is a retired IT professional living in Stockholm, Sweden. Beside economics and IT studies, he has researched the origins of man, and the history of gods and men. The history of gods and men, as described in unearthed stone and clay tablets, mythology, and in the Christian Bible, can be combined to understand many historical events.
The compelling new book THE LAST KING OF EARTH: AND THE ARCHANGEL ST. MICHAEL is now available for in hardcover (ISBN: 1-50493-938-7, $36.61); in softcover (ISBN: 1-50493-937-9, $19.76); and Kindle ($4.99); and can be ordered through the author’s website: http://www.gods-and-men.com or at Amazon.com or Barnesandnoble.com.