Apotheosis by William Campbell
Dead Forever Book 2

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A god? No thanks, too much responsibility. Sequel to Awakening, the hero is plunged into an alien world at war and natives who either regard him as a god or another heretic fit to burn. The hero fights to bring peace among chaos but his nemesis has arrived, and he likes playing god, poised to launch unthinkable wrath that fulfills a world-ending prophecy. A duel of the gods will decide the planet's fate, and the natives are confident their savior will prevail. Back home, the rebels are under siege and the body supply is depleted, more of all the hero is expected to fix. He hatches a daring plot to outsmart the enemy, risking his own life and the last body to enjoy as a free soul. A single choice could spell his end, for real this time. Apotheosis continues the Dead Forever trilogy, followed by Resonance.

About William Campbell

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Assistant Professor at the University of South Florida, where his primary research focuses on sports nutrition and exercise metaboloim.
Published June 14, 2010 by Glyd-Evans Press. 358 pages
Genres: Science Fiction & Fantasy, Literature & Fiction, Action & Adventure. Fiction

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Instead of a body dying, the memories search out a new body at a farm where they are created.

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