Author Julian Mok Explores the Future of the World in New Novel

Themes of freedom, individuality and power collide in “The Apocalypse Chronicles”

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(PRWEB) December 11, 2012

Judgment day. Ragnarok. Kali Yuga. The future of the earth and the human race has captured the public’s imagination, manifesting in literature, movies and the arts. In “The Apocalypse Chronicles: Wall of a Thousand Tears”, author Julian Mok sends readers into the future where the earth becomes the stage of an epic war that will determine the fate of humankind.

Mok’s novel unfolds in a world ravaged by near-constant warfare and natural disasters. The embattled populations of the surviving nations cling desperately onto the last remnants of civilisation. The land of Echelon, once a proud and free country, has fallen under the reign of a thousand presidents—each one worse and more bloodthirsty than the last. At the center of the turmoil is Dale Marshall, a senator who has embarked on the dangerous mission of escaping totalitarian Echelon and, ultimately, uniting the warring factions of Earth against their tyrannical rulers. Dale’s plan will pit him against the political superpowers that were responsible for the earth’s catastrophic state and will set into motion the events that will determine the destiny of the world.

Gripping, prophetic and moving in page-turning suspense, “The Apocalypse Chronicles: Wall of a Thousand Tears” is a tour de force that will ultimately raise questions on freedom, individuality, power and the future of humankind.

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About the Author
Julian Mok is a fourteen year old student from The King's School Parramatta. He has just ventured into the world of writing and is a member of the New South Wales Writing Centre.

The Apocalypse Chronicles * by Julian Mok
Wall of a Thousand Tears
Publication Date: December 6, 2012
Trade Paperback; $29.99; 374 pages; 978-1-4771-3990-5
Trade Hardback; $49.99; 374 pages; 978-1-4771-3991-2

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