The Next Age

The Next Age

Jack Eason / Jun 19, 2019

The Next Age For countless millennia we swallowed the myth perpetrated by the world s many religions that we were the only sentient species in the cosmos made by an all powerful God As it turned out it was an arro

  • Title: The Next Age
  • Author: Jack Eason
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  • Page: 423
  • Format: ebook
  • For countless millennia we swallowed the myth perpetrated by the world s many religions that we were the only sentient species in the cosmos made by an all powerful God As it turned out it was an arrogant belief In the twentieth century, during the period known as the Cold War, between America and its allies versus the former Soviet Union and its acolytes, we revealed ouFor countless millennia we swallowed the myth perpetrated by the world s many religions that we were the only sentient species in the cosmos made by an all powerful God As it turned out it was an arrogant belief In the twentieth century, during the period known as the Cold War, between America and its allies versus the former Soviet Union and its acolytes, we revealed our existence to the universe by launching two probes into deep space The whole event passed into history and was completely forgotten until the thirty second century, when mankind got a wake up call that none of us were prepared for.

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      • Jack Eason

        Jack Eason lived in New Zealand for forty two years until 2000 when he returned to his birthplace in England As far as he is concerned he will always consider himself to be a Kiwi After military service in the 1960 s, he travelled the world, visiting exotic lands and making many friends Now retired,he is content to write and travel via the Internet Besides writing novels and short stories Some of his short stories and numerous articles appear in the No 1 online E zine Angie s DIARY His literary interests include science fiction, history, both ancient and modern, and humorous tales like those written by his fellow writer Derek Haines, such as HAL He lives in retirement in his home town surrounded by his favourite books, ranging from historical fact to science fiction His literary icons are J.R.R Tolkien, George Orwell, Arthur C Clarke and John Wyndham He also contributes to his blog Have We Had Help at havewehadhelp.wordpress along with articles and short stories to Angie s Diary at angiesdiary You can also find some of his short stories under the writings button at his author page jackeason


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    1. A Procedural and Scientific Fiction of What the Future May HoldIf the technical aspects of a futuristic "Next Age" is your cup of tea, this is definitely a book with sound scientific realism in an imagined world. How would the Earth and all the varied countries respond to a threat from Outer Space? Especially when one lone gunman kills the ambassador of an alien culture superior to our own. One murderer should not throw the Universe into chaos, but how can it be otherwise? He didn't give the ali [...]


    2. Brilliant and captivating .Jack has shown us again that there is no limit to the boundaries of the imagination . Creating worlds , universes and the means to operate within them along with a host of lovable characters . Stretching the boundaries of imagination to open the mind to possibilities perhaps not considered . A must read .The Seventh Age The Forgotten Age The Next AgeOnet's TaleTurning PointJack EasonWithoutSufferAbominationE.E. Borton


    3. As one of the fortunate Beta Readers, I can tell you that this is a science fiction book in the best tradition's of Arthur C. Clark and Isaac Asimov, written for the thinking man, but that doesn't mean that it's dull or slow reading - far from it.The story starts by reminding the reader of our past endeavours to announce our presence to the Universe at large (bearing in mind one of our emissaries has just recently left our solar system and is now in interstellar space)Did we REALLY think that al [...]


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