Ronald A. Geobey lives in Ireland, and he is the Author of the ongoing Science-Fantasy series, Kiranis. He is also an Independent Scholar and author of the Reluctant Atheist blogpost on his website, kiranis.net. He has a Ph.D. from the Dept of Near & Middle Eastern Studies in Trinity College, Dublin; is a published academic and is the Lead Content Writer on an English Language training website.
The historicity of Exodus has long been under attack, yet this story embodies the cultural memory par excellence of the people called Israel and the Jewish identity still present in modern times. This book approaches Exodus as a story developing in tandem with specific instances of identity crisis, culminating in a retrospective on those events characterised by a singular, binding literary motif.
A century has passed since the Cage event. With the Shield around Earth nearing completion, its enigmatic architects are about to make themselves known. Powerful men are in control of Kwaios technology, overseeing the destiny of Humankind. But the great transport system called MEC is a monumental lie, and the Kwaios have had a hundred years to lay their trap.
As a mysterious structure encompasses Earth and a distant planet is being reborn, the Church of the New Elect awaits communion with the Sentience. But the Prophet Naveen has other plans. Making an alliance with powerful aliens, the people of Earth are led towards a single, terrible truth: They do not belong.