The Prophecy by John Stevenson

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There comes a time when the last great war is almost forgotten: a time when people grow and make what they need for the simple lives they live. It is also a time of oppression; when overlords are suspicious of the people, for now is the time foretold. …in the end devastation will be faced. Men will weep. Women will perish. Families will be orphaned. Ruin will reign. Hope will be gone. Death will give forth life. Out of the sun good will face evil in the unwinnable, final battle. Evil will be ripped apart. Good will be cast into pieces. The prophecy will come to pass.
 

About John Stevenson

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John is a dreamer. When he was a young and shy teenager he dreamed of meeting a special girl. He dreamt of one day of watching his children and grandchildren learn, play and grow. When he lived in an industrial city he dreamed of living in the Rainforest, and he dreamt of leaving the English midlands to live close to the Coral Sea. He dreamt of exploring the World; seeing strange places, meeting different people and experiencing other cultures. John is a dreamer, and he knows that we can live our dreams: but he can't stop dreaming, and these are some of his dreams that are yet to become reality.
 
Published February 12, 2013 by CreateSpace Independent Publishing Platform. 314 pages
Genres: Science Fiction & Fantasy, Literature & Fiction, Mystery, Thriller & Suspense. Fiction

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