The Book of Noah

The Book of Noah is a post-apocalyptic science fiction dystopian novel. Taking place both in the near future and five hundred years from now, it unfolds the parallel stories of U.S. Attorney General Chris Cordwainer during World War III, and Noah, the young High Priest-in-training of the Church of Noah, when the “war to end all wars” and its aftermath have radically transformed the country. More

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About Hilary Rhodes

Hilary Rhodes is a scholar, author, blogger, and general geek who fell in love with British history while spending a year abroad at Oxford University. She holds a B.A. in English and history and an M.A. in religion and history, and is currently studying for her Ph.D in medieval history in the UK. She enjoys reading, writing, traveling, music, her favorite TV shows, and other such things, and plans to be a professor and author of history both scholarly and popular, fictional and nonfictional.

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