Charles Clee has been stranded one million years in the future. Earth has become a cosmic playground where aliens hunt genetically-engineered nightmares and reborn monsters from Time's dawn. As much as he wants to return home, can he abandon his new world to its conquerors? Volume one of "The Stolen Future" trilogy, adventure in the vein of Edgar Rice Burroughs. More
"Notwithstanding all of the fantastic things that have befallen me since the last day I spent on this Earth in the service of a king and country not my own, none has had the same nerve-destroying effect as the shelling."
Tracking German soldiers through the muddy trenches of WWI France, Captain Charles Clee stumbles onto a secret archeological expedition from the far future. Discovered and trapped, he flees through their time machine and finds himself stranded nearly one million years in the future.
Pursued by the merciless assassins of the Time Police and by Earth's alien masters, Clee battles war, slavery, and fantastic beasts from tomorrow and yesterday, racing against time itself in a world where his very existence is punishable by death. But in the end, he must make a choice: Will he return to the past to save his men, or remain in the future to save the world?
Authored by a member of the Science Fiction and Fantasy Writers of America, The Invisible City is the first volume of the Stolen Future trilogy, followed by The Secret City and The Cosmic City.