The third book in the Moon Stealer series.
The Moon Stealers, bacteria evolved from an alien meteorite, strike a devastating blow to mankind. MI6 operative Steven Knight, together with Georgia and Tracker, attempt to make their way to London to join other survivors. In the face of despair, survivors react in many different ways to their fate and are quick to betray other humans if their own dominance in the new world becomes threatened. Betrayed by another, Steven finds himself at the mercy of the alien creatures and must rely on his investigative powers to discover a way for the human race to survive.
But, it’s a race against time as the creatures continue to change….
At some point in Tim's childhood, he was abducted by aliens and sent on a voyage of knowledge and discovery across the universe. As an adult, persistent memories of new worlds, dragons and other creatures desperately tried to break out, so he began writing. He has successfully infiltrated the humans and hides behind the façade known as a family. He learns from his children, but is regularly told to stop acting like a child by his wife. Naturally shy and unsociable by nature, he prefers to be around old books, bonsai and art. He likes to catch up with old acquaintances on Tatooine, Westeros, and Middle Earth. Tim's galactic mission is to translate his brain activity into a language that inspires and entertains you, transports you to different worlds and grants you an audience with the characters you have dreamt about, but never dared to remember. All of this in an attempt to redeem himself with his childhood alien abductors and travel the stars once more.
Fact : In 1984 a meteor landed in Antarctica that carried martian microbes that were 4 billion years old, evidence of life on another planet.
In the third installment of The Moon Stealer series, the world has changed over night. The human race is on its knees but is trying desperately to survive.
The Moon Stealers and The Everlasting Night - Book 3
Georgia turned left out
of the entrance and headed up Rosery Rise towards Parsley Bottom.
She drove cautiously and quietly along the road. Trees and bushes
shielded one side, casting a dappled shadow across the car. Steven
and Tracker continually scanned the sky for any sign of the
creatures, but nothing broke the blue expanse for as far as they
could see, no cloud or bird. It was as if everything had been told
to avoid the area. Ahead of them they could see cars parked at
unusual angles, some with their doors wide open. Carefully Georgia
steered their car around the abandoned vehicles and occasional dead
body until they were parked in front of the Fox and Hound Pub where
Steven had stayed the day before. The doors to houses remained
open, but the town was silent. No birds sang from the trees. They
wound the windows down slightly so they could listen for any clue
that there was anyone alive before turning away from the green in
front of the pub and driving along the High Street. All three of
them were stunned by the emptiness that hung over Parsley Bottom, a
void that over time would degrade into a jumble of rubble and weeds
leaving nothing more than archaeological remains for future
generations to discover. If the human race survived that