Friday, September 14, 2012

Book Spotlight: Till Kingdom Come

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Till Kingdom Come by Christopher Lowe:

The Invasion of the Kingdom, by the newly united nations to the east, forces the world into turmoil and war. With a ill king, the Kingdom must step up and force out the invaders; in the process they learn the hard truths of the past, that they themself might be responsible for the war.
The war unfolds the decisions sons must make in spite of their fathers, the choices a father must make for the safety of his son, and the realization a young woman comes to- that you can't always do what you want, be with who you want. But you have to do what is best for the greater good of the Kingdom.
Caught in the middle are James and Jessica with the choices and sacrifices they make in the interest of the Kingdom. James is raised in the army ranks from enlisted man to Field Marshal. Jessica is a beautiful carefree young woman, whose personal tragedies not only shape her future, but forces her to put aside her own happiness. Their relationship is brought close and tore apart by the constant fighting and hardship they both face on their way to their destinies.

You can find  Till Kingdom Come on Amazon:

Author Bio for Christopher Lowe:
I was born in Winter Haven, Florida, and attended Lake Region High School. I love story telling whether its reading a book, watching a movie, or listening to music. Just having the ability to lose yourself in a storyline. What would you do if you were the character, what choices would you make? I love history, politics, philosophy, psychology, underdogs. The act of giving your self up for a greater good, the willingness to sacrifice your own life for a cause greater than yourself. There's something poetic about being the greater fool, or fighting a fight you know you cant win. Privately, I enjoy football, drag racing, poker, watching movies.

"Till Kingdom Come is based in an alternate time period. The overall mood and character behavior along with the visual imagery is meant to be similar to the 1700’s and 1800’s. while there are innovations and teams, such as their weapons, belong to the 1800’s and 1900’s. It’s my hope the combination of the two can complement each other, to give the reader the classic feel of history and antiquity while also giving justice to the only thing the human race has ever perfected, the ability to fight and wage war, no matter the reason or the cost."

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