The world is going to end. History will converge and let out a sigh of relief, knowing its work is finished. All of man’s accomplishments will come to nothing, and the damage he has done will drift into the void. What if, after it was over, and the book was closed, you remained? What if those you knew and loved were taken up in a blinding flash, and you found yourself stumbling in the lingering darkness?
Then, what if out of this darkness came a strange new world, a world where technological landscapes were caught up by Nature’s primal fury, where uncertainty played guide to every footstep, and timeless mysteries extended from Heaven to Hell?
What if one man lived to tell how all these things played out? What if that man, who called himself Joseph Carlton, witnessed the last days of mankind and recorded everything?