Earth Unraveled

Rated 5.00/5 based on 2 reviews
Soldier Tom Brooks returns home from the war in Iraq only to be caught up in a battle between Heaven and Hell. After a night of drinking, a medium links him to the supernatural world where Brooks finds himself as the sole representative of mankind. He must commit an act that will represent humanity for final judgment. More

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Words: 93,000
Language: English
ISBN: 9781310368387
About Rath Dalton

Hello, I’m Rath Dalton. Yes, Mom was a Basil Rathbone fan so that explains the name.

I hope you enjoy my work here on Smashwords. I can’t stop writing anyway, so if you keep coming back there should always be something new. By the way, thanks; it is an honor to be allowed to have some measure of access to the controls on the entertainment system in your life. I will try not to let you down.

Different authors have different takes on writing. I see it as a process where the writer needs to touch and tickle stored memories in the reader’s head, memories that bring out emotions and feelings that turn a shopping list of incidents into something real. It is a multi-tasking process that can go easily awry. I liken it to driving a bus and doing pantomime at the same time except the driver never knows for sure if he got his point across. At best, he knows that some people went for a ride. Occasionally there is positive feedback and that’s fuel in the tank.

So hop aboard, let’s go on a trip. There should be interesting stops along the way. If you like what you read, write a positive review here on Smahswords and if you wonder why I was flapping my arm as we rolled around that last bend, ask me about it at


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Review by: Peter 9 Bowman on Oct. 06, 2015 :
Clever, entertaining, suspense that will keep you guessing. A good read.
(review of free book)

Review by: Leigh Hogan on March 08, 2015 :
Overall I rather enjoyed Earth Unraveled. It wasn't too gory for an afternoon read. Tom and Lyn were likeable characters. I loved Uncle Sol. Could use a bit o' copy editing. It has a bit of head hopping, but it isn't distracting. The Biblical and Apocryphal background was well researched. It touched on the nature of infinity in relation to time progression without branching deeply into quantum mechanics and quantum immortality. 9/10
(review of free book)

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