For the Love of a God

For the Love of a God

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Her name was Lady Elizabeth Montgomery, or just Lady to her family and the people on her farm. She had been raised by her grandparents to teach people the old ways of farming and living. She was only thirteen when her grandparents died and left the farm to her, yet she still became the well-loved leader of her farm hands. Then at age fourteen the unthinkable happen. The world went to war with nuclear weapons. Lady cried in her mother's arms as doomsday came for them. The missiles never landed. The news announced the weapons had simply disappeared in flight. Then the president came on every channel and every station. He announced that aliens were invading the Earth. He told the nation nothing more after that. Every power station on Earth shut down simultaneously. Man was thrown into a new Dark Age. Lady became the leader of a group of refugees. Then a community. At nineteen she had shown the families that came to the farm how to live without electricity. They followed her and loved her, for the life and peace she had given them. Then her brother came home after being missing for five years. With him he brought a mysterious stranger that Lady felt drawn to. He asked for her help and the help of her small community. Would she help? Would she become the architect of the new age of man? Could she become a teacher, a leader, and a wife to a god?show more

Product details

  • Paperback | 384 pages
  • 152 x 229 x 20mm | 513g
  • Createspace
  • United States
  • English
  • black & white illustrations
  • 1514613433
  • 9781514613436

About Sean M Campbell

Sean M. Campbell was born in southern California. His interest in reading and writing started at an early age. He always found himself thinking, "How would I write that differently." He attempted to write his first novel length work when he was in high school, but always felt his writing was not good enough for others to read. He continued to write the occasional story for himself or family members, but never even attempted to get any of them published. At the age of 47, someone convinced him to post a story on a website and get some unbiased opinions on his work. Within days of posting the first chapter he was contacted by the publisher, Abbyadams, and asked if they could publish the novel, "The Return."show more