Endworlds: Join the Hunt. Save The World.
Shrouded in mystery, Endworlds is the result of 10 years of investigative journalism that uncovered a global conspiracy involving interdimensional gateways, the particle accelerators in Geneva and Chicago, and ancient Mayan prophecies. As the earth inches closer to a fixed point in space that could spell a full dimensional meltdown, the media has been gagged, WikiLeaks is under attack and there’s an evacuation plan underway – but not one that’s set to protect you or your family. It’s exclusively available to the world’s elite.
Meanwhile, an underground band of everyday people, known as Longcoats, is fighting to prevent the planet’s quantum implosion. Their quest revolves around a piece of ancient technology that has been hidden in pieces around the world that will save us all from massive global destruction – and they need your help.
“We need your help to complete this mission,” says Endworlds author representative, a Longcoat known only by the pseudonym of Nicholas Read. “This is our story but if you get involved in reading it, it can be your story, too.” Readers who take their adventure beyond the book to actually find these pieces (yes, the pieces are out there right now, waiting to be found based on latitude/longitude puzzles at www.longcoats.org) will be written in as support characters when the sequel comes out this summer.
Lo and behold, the team behind Endworlds – which includes one very, very famous American sci-fi writer [hint: he’s best known for his novels set in the Humanx Commonwealth] – has put together a contest specifically for SciFiBloggers.com readers!
Find out what 20,000 people are talking about on Facebook right now and join the hunt, immerse yourself, and get busy.
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This is a cool series. If you think it’s just a book, you haven’t been paying attention.
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