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Catastrophe befell Earth seventy-five years ago after an alien virus was introduced, accelerating evolution in wild and unpredictable ways. Humanity has become an endangered species, but an ancient prophecy, a Warrior of the People, and his prophetic vision of an unknown youth may be the keys to healing both the human race and the planet. After being wounded in battle, Otak Catastrophe befell Earth seventy-five years ago after an alien virus was introduced, accelerating evolution in wild and unpredictable ways. Humanity has become an endangered species, but an ancient prophecy, a Warrior of the People, and his prophetic vision of an unknown youth may be the keys to healing both the human race and the planet. After being wounded in battle, Otaktay- a warrior of the People- receives a prophetic vision which opens the door to the rediscovery of a lost and forgotten prophecy as old as the first people of North America. With the guidance of the Ma'iingan, he and his band of brothers- the Swooping Hawks- are sent on a desperate race against time to find and rescue the young man foretold by the Prophecy of the Seven Fires. In the New World, survival of the fittest is the rule as the struggle against savage, bloodthirsty predators and shifting paradigms creates an exciting and action-packed adventure where old magic and ancient prophecy shape the future.


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Catastrophe befell Earth seventy-five years ago after an alien virus was introduced, accelerating evolution in wild and unpredictable ways. Humanity has become an endangered species, but an ancient prophecy, a Warrior of the People, and his prophetic vision of an unknown youth may be the keys to healing both the human race and the planet. After being wounded in battle, Otak Catastrophe befell Earth seventy-five years ago after an alien virus was introduced, accelerating evolution in wild and unpredictable ways. Humanity has become an endangered species, but an ancient prophecy, a Warrior of the People, and his prophetic vision of an unknown youth may be the keys to healing both the human race and the planet. After being wounded in battle, Otaktay- a warrior of the People- receives a prophetic vision which opens the door to the rediscovery of a lost and forgotten prophecy as old as the first people of North America. With the guidance of the Ma'iingan, he and his band of brothers- the Swooping Hawks- are sent on a desperate race against time to find and rescue the young man foretold by the Prophecy of the Seven Fires. In the New World, survival of the fittest is the rule as the struggle against savage, bloodthirsty predators and shifting paradigms creates an exciting and action-packed adventure where old magic and ancient prophecy shape the future.

36 review for Prophecies of the New World

  1. 4 out of 5

    Penny

    This book is a very good read. Once you get started it is hard to put down. The writer made the characters so impressionable I had to know what was going to happen next. This book sends the reader on a emotional roller coaster and keeps you wanting more in the end. I gave this book 5 stars because it has a little something for everyone of all ages.

  2. 5 out of 5

    James Kelly

    This goes beyond any other dystopian novel!! It does not fit neatly into that category! It spans multiple categories and ROCKS them all!! The characters are well developed and the plot moves quickly. I put down Neil Gaiman's "Anansi Boys" to read this book. I am very busy with my work and family, it normally takes me weeks to finish a book. I finished this one in THREE DAYS!! This goes beyond any other dystopian novel!! It does not fit neatly into that category! It spans multiple categories and ROCKS them all!! The characters are well developed and the plot moves quickly. I put down Neil Gaiman's "Anansi Boys" to read this book. I am very busy with my work and family, it normally takes me weeks to finish a book. I finished this one in THREE DAYS!!

  3. 4 out of 5

    Leticia

    I received this eBook from the Author in exchange for an honest review. This was definitely a unique read for me. It mixed the apocalypse, an advanced dystopian world in which people are surviving the best they can with what they have and the skills they've learned. It's also managed to sew Native American beliefs into the story quite seamlessly. The author has done a great job at building his world, creating unique characters, adding in new and old lore and adding in the horrors of a lawless worl I received this eBook from the Author in exchange for an honest review. This was definitely a unique read for me. It mixed the apocalypse, an advanced dystopian world in which people are surviving the best they can with what they have and the skills they've learned. It's also managed to sew Native American beliefs into the story quite seamlessly. The author has done a great job at building his world, creating unique characters, adding in new and old lore and adding in the horrors of a lawless world with monsters at your back, and monsters in humans. That all being said, the story does possess some pretty tough topics. Although we've all gathered that in a dystopian world with no laws, people show the worst of the worst. With no one to have them face their crimes, they get away with it. Especially if someone is desperate enough to turn blind eyes. Either way, this was written well and I did enjoy it, as dystopian sci-fi is a favourite of mine. I recommend it for any other dystopian sci-fi fans. Visit me at Shh, I am Reading for more reviews!

  4. 5 out of 5

    Emma Farrell

    Okay, so I got this book in a giveaway. I was so excited when I found out I had won, because it was the first giveaway out of the hundreds that I had entered that I actually won. Which is why I feel so bad in saying that I didn't like this book. In fact, I didn't even finish it. I got as far as the priest having oral sex with two slave girls, then I was out. And, before that, I had a hard time really getting into the novel, and felt that not much was happening with the plot. There was some weird Okay, so I got this book in a giveaway. I was so excited when I found out I had won, because it was the first giveaway out of the hundreds that I had entered that I actually won. Which is why I feel so bad in saying that I didn't like this book. In fact, I didn't even finish it. I got as far as the priest having oral sex with two slave girls, then I was out. And, before that, I had a hard time really getting into the novel, and felt that not much was happening with the plot. There was some weird typing here and there, such as "Don't you worry my little, Emma" that just really irritated me. Most people don't talk like that. It was an unnatural pause, and even if it was supposed to be there because it's a part of that character's dialect, it made it harder to read. So, overall, I give this book (or the first eighth that I read) two stars, because I just couldn't finish it.

  5. 5 out of 5

    Heather Sprouse

    Engaging read! I'm not typically a fan of descriptions of combat and war but the story was compelling and made this book worth stepping out of my typical genres preferences. Love the commentary on religious/spiritual perspective and the environment. Well developed characters. Definately one of the more gripping SciFi books I've read. Engaging read! I'm not typically a fan of descriptions of combat and war but the story was compelling and made this book worth stepping out of my typical genres preferences. Love the commentary on religious/spiritual perspective and the environment. Well developed characters. Definately one of the more gripping SciFi books I've read.

  6. 4 out of 5

    Paul

    Rich, compelling, intellectual treat of a novel, told in detail so vivid that you can hear the rustle and feel the breeze on your face. The science in this science fiction tale is anthropology, writ large from Native Americans to aliens, from canines to CNN. The frontispieces of each chapter are themselves worth the price of admission, deftly harvested from poets and philosophers in all eras of humanity. Highly recommended!

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