The planet would only continue to host our species as long as we remained respectful guests.
Ellen was born to suffer and to watch those around her succumb to their misfortune. Through the loss of both of her natural parents, and the gain of religiously fanatical adoptive parents, Ellen experienced more sadness, loss and tragedy than any one person would endure during several lifetimes. Her lot in life was only a mere distraction for the real test that awaited her.
Clayton lost his father in a mysterious accident before he was old enough to remember him. The questions that surrounded the family tragedy followed Clayton, and his vivid dreams of others were drawing him closer to who he was always meant to be, even without his knowledge.
Johanna was a shut-in forced to endure a cycle of addiction and depression as she attempted to remember her life before her abduction. Shedding her former life, and being lost without ever claiming another, forced Johanna outside of her zone of tolerated discomfort and directly into the middle of an ancient force of nature.
Ellen, Clayton and Johanna would be related to one another in the most unique way, the way of saving the human race from itself. Their individual grief had been installed to thwart them from fulfilling their Legacy.
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Mark Snyder Jr has spent most of his life as an English and Composition teacher, helping students grasp a greater understanding of research, literary criticism, and expository writing.
Mark has also enjoyed a career as a television, stage and voice over actor, to fulfill a creative outlet and help him bridge the gap from academic to creative writing. As a first-time fiction novelist, Mark made the leap from the concrete world of academia, to the fluid and hyperbolic realm of fiction!
Mark lives in the beautiful state of Colorado, but will soon relocate to Squamish, British Columbia, with his two chihuahuas.