Thursday, May 3, 2018
"Hell Rises", Joseph Max Lewis @Lewislaw1Max latest #Thriller, starts it's #AmazonKindle pre-sale NOW!
Here is the link to the title as well as the synopsis:
Amazon Kindle link: https://www.amazon.com/dp/B07CT1QW46/ref=sr_1_10?s=books&ie=UTF8&qid=1525283136&sr=1-10&keywords=joseph+max+lewis
Without the knowledge of anyone but the Society for Human Enlightenment and the Fellowship of the Essentials, for the last two decades the Society has been using particle colliders like those at the Lawrence Berkeley Laboratory and the Aarhus Storage Ring in Denmark to wear away at the boundary between Earth and Hell. As it turns out, every time one set of particles moving near the speed of light crash into another set of particles moving near the speed of light, the collision creates a mini-black hole that sucks up a portion of the quark-gluon plasma barrier encapsulating our dimension.
Thinning and then ripping that barrier will allow demonic beings in Hell direct access to our world. That’s how the Society plans to usher in the Anti-Christ.
As the barrier thinned, demonic influence in our world increased and accounts for the recent surge in mass murder, genocide, rape, incest and the like. The reason demonic activity has been particularly concentrated in the United States is because the Society constructed their own super collider, one even bigger than the collider at CERN, under the Utah/Nevada border. They call it “Wormwood.”
The barrier is at a tipping point, so the Society launches “Breakthrough,” their long planned take over of every major collider in the world. After seizing control, the Society runs each collider along with Wormwood at maximum capacity. As the barrier further thins, odd, destructive energy spikes erupt around the world. A faction of the Fellowship launches a cyber attack on the Society’s collider takeover, while a desperate Fellowship team attacks Wormwood in the midst of a pitched battle between the Nevada National Guard and the rouge Utah National Guard that’s protecting the facility.
Unless both Fellowship teams somehow manage to succeed . . . Hell Rises.