Australia (PRWEB) March 06, 2014
Awakening as the only survivors from an explosion that kills thousands, with strange cybernetic attachments and experiencing premonitions and visions from an unknown source, five teenagers are in a world that thinks they are dead but is also ensuring their survival.
“Stories of Earth” by author Dimitrious Charles revolves around Alex, Josh, Joel, Ryan and Mitch, five teenagers struggling with the fact that the fate of the world rests in their hands. In this novel however, the battleground is Australia, which gives this story a fresh fell and exciting new locations, including the picturesque South Coast, Illawarra and Sydney…but nowhere is safe, especially not the nation’s capital…
Why are there so many coincidences? What part does a US Antarctic base play? Why are people so complacent? Who could be controlling the minds of millions of people and how? An abandoned experiment reborn is going to tear the world apart and start a war to end all wars- and these five teenagers must uncover the horrifying truth behind their manipulated lives, or watch the world burn.
A fast-paced and action-packed sci-fi novel filled with lots of twists and turns, “Stories of Earth” reveals how easy it is to manipulate the human mind and how willing one is to believe anything that has been to when afraid.
It also reflects the unstable nature of society and the tension that always exists in the global community, with a unique Australian spin created by a seventeen year old who balanced the writing of the book with school and other commitments, in order to create the dystopic 21st Century warzone.
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About the Author
Dimitrious Charles is from Cambewarra, New South Wales.He hopes to study engineering and law but also takes interest in things from international politics to Doctor Who in order to find inspiration for future literary adventures while attempting to finish his HSC without going mad.
Stories of Earth* by Dimitrious Charles
Publication Date: February 18, 2014
Trade Paperback; AU$39.99; 432 pages; 9781493134519
Trade Hardback; AU$59.99; 432 pages; 9781493134526
e-book; AU$3.99; 9781493134502
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