Author: Mark Glinski-Grant
A NOVEL FOR TROUBLED TIMES
Can we forgive? Should we forgive? Will we forgive?
In a divided England of the near future,
Three Kingdoms, Wessex, Mercia and the London State, compete with their conflicting ideals to lead the world towards a better tomorrow.
The Thirteenth, a reborn Arthurian knight, begins his newest quest.
Wessex promotes radical policies of forgiveness and kindness, together with a new form of education.
Mercia wishes to bring into its cause the oldest souls and restore the dying Earth to a time before Atlantis.
The London State believes that the control of its population through Artificial Intelligence will bring peace, justice and prosperity for all.
On his journey through Wessex and Mercia, The Thirteenth, a reclusive young man from South London encounters friends he has forgotten yet has known for many lifetimes.
The Thirteenth struggles to accept his destiny yet cannot escape endeavouring to inspire his greatest friend and overcome his greatest enemy – himself!
In a Chester Castle of the future, the thirteen members of King Arthur’s Ancient Round Table, including Emperor Chan, meet for one last time.Read more “The Thirteenth: A Novel For Troubled Times Available February 13”