Robinson Crusoe 1,000,000 A.D. - Empire of Time

Alex Kirk, the last human, is a clone of a man who died a million years ago. Mankind is long extinct. Alone like no human before him, Alex must survive and find meaning on a strange new earth full of savage and dangerous wonders. Is there a woman Friday? or is he doomed to live and die in silence and solitude? A smudge near the moon one night starts to unveil terrifying but wonderful answers. More

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About John Argo

John Argo's DarkSF series is composed of glistening dystopias filled with characters to live, love, and die - or escape to better worlds, in some cases. Out of the darkest night, we manage to always find daylight at the end of a harrowing and unforgettable journey.

Also on board is the Next Generation Zombie (or Gen-FZ) series (originating with the novel Doom Spore, now retitled Invasion of the Fungus Zombies). Make no mistake--these are powerful agents of the Fifth Kingdom of life on Earth, and they are taking over. These are not the stupid, shambling, smelly corpses of yesterzombie. These are empty-eyed, but sleek, attractive men and women who seduce you rather than chew your leg off. Read Invasion and find out the scary details. More to come on that one.

Likewise, John Argo has created a vast, sprawling SF universe called Empire of Time (EOT). Everything is at stake, and time traveling agents are at work up and down stream (time), observing and tweaking carefully to save the future--the fate of humankind and the universe is at stake, in the grand scheme that must never be forgotten. In the minor key, each novel offers gripping action with compelling characters, often spiced up with an urgent romantic subplot.

He also writes suspense under the John Argo name, as well as history and thrillers under his other guises and personae. Visit his webplex (live since 1996 and still evolving) at www.darksf.com.

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