The First Genesis by Mark Macpherson
(At the End of the World)

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The world was created for, and because of, one incredible woman. She was the template for modern humans.

The Mayan god, Hachakyum, created the modern human world in her image and lived among the ancient Mayans as her companion. These are the stories of that woman's amazing life.

She could not die, her life was bound to the world Hachakyum had created. As was the world bound to her life. She lived among and ruled the human population in meso-America. Until Hachakyum's love for her caused the removal of the first, unrecorded wave of human migration out of Africa.

They lived alone for tens of thousands of years waiting for the next wave of human migration into the Americas. Tragic consequences of Hachakyum's presence caused the world to be made again, at the beginning of the ancestral Mayan civilisation 5000 years ago.

One woman caused the beginning of the modern human world, and Hachakyum's love for her will cause the world's end.

The First Genesis is the second in the At the End of the World series of books. However, it is self-contained and can be enjoyed on its own.

Two other books in the series are available.

The series begins with the story of the discovery of an ancient tomb related to the Mayan creator god Hachakyum. Book One: At the End of the World.

At the End of the World begins with Arthur's geologist friend Hamish losing his wife of forty years. Book three in the series recounts the heartfelt, tortuous forty year love story of Hamish and Kate, as told through the eyes of Hamish's nemesis, Euan. Book Three: Hamish and Kate.

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Published January 1, 2011 by Mark Macpherson. 138 pages
Genres: Science Fiction & Fantasy, Action & Adventure, Literature & Fiction. Fiction

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