Perry Brambles, a cynical, often suicidal, opinionated London Journalist will learn about leadership, companionship, and, of course, love on at least two post-apocalyptic worlds in the course of saving the Earth from a devastating decree. Total annihilation.
When the sky is ripped by a commanding voice with the grim verdict, that the Intergalactic Affairs Committee has declared the Earth unsalvageable and a danger to the universe, people shudder, shake and fall to their knees in prayer.
But not Perry, who’s desperately trying to finish his copy for the morning news and can’t really be bothered by some ‘blithering pain in the ass omnipotent being from another galaxy, universe, dimension, or what-have-you.’
After voicing his comments, rather descriptively, he’s whisked away to another planet and tasked with educating Earth’s cumulative leadership in order to guide them to a better understanding of their duties. And it is here that Perry discovers the truth about nature, and human nature, and all nature, really. And at the end of the day, what truly matters are peace, happiness, acceptance, children, love, and…. dusting.
Mark E. Thomas is a Freelance Writer, Author, Language Teacher, Rabid Idealist and Violinist. He has studied Music, History and Literature in the UK, and in the US and is desperately hoping for someone to develop time travel so he can go back and do it again.
Mr Thomas has written novels for young and adult readers and a selection of science articles for national and international magazines.
Mark uses the penname T. E. Mark for all his published literary works.