The Last House on Earth by Robert B Marcus Jr/Ryan B Marcus
What should you do if you find out your next-door neighbor is an alien?
Richard Johnson, a college student, just spent his last dime on food, lost his wealthy girlfriend, and had his bike stolen. To add to his misery, he returns to his apartment where he runs into his strange neighbor.
Convinced this bizarre man is more than he seems, Richard and his land lady’s bull dog, Khan, sneak into his apartment where they find a timegate to the future.
Along with his set theory teacher and her brother, they embark upon a soaring and treacherous journey through space and time to discover a terrible truth:
Mankind is being slowly and systematically exterminated, and only they can stop it!.
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Robert B. Marcus Jr. is a practicing radiation oncology physician. He has been a Professor at two major medical schools, and has been listed in U.S. News and World Reports Best Doctors in America, as well as Castle Connolly’s Top Cancer Doctors and Castle Connolly’s Top Doctors in America. He has been president of FLASCO, the society of all the oncologists in Florida, and has authored or co-authored almost 200 medical journal articles and chapters. He has been selling fiction since he was in college. Since then he has published a number of short stories and five novels, including two science fiction novels: The Last House on Earth and Shadow on the Stars, as well as three political thriller novel: The Far Side of Silence, Yesterday’s Tears, and Tomorrow’s Destiny, with other forthcoming novels in that series, including The Good Kill.. The Far Side of siklence is rated # 14 on Goodreads best political novels list. He is a lifetime active member of Science Fiction Writers of America and an active member of the International Thriller Writers, Inc.
He loves sports, particularly baseball, with many good memories of his baseball playing days in high school and college.