Humanity hangs despairingly between the forces of good and evil, teetering on the edge of self destruction and without hope, yet remaining oblivious to its plight. Tensions rise and seeds of revolution are sown as society begins to sink under the weight of immorality, corruption, and religious hypocrisy.
Northumbria in the British Isles longs to be part of a self governing United Kingdom; to break free from the fear and control of the Saxons and their liberal use of capital punishment. All due to an unwitting ‘opt out’ power shift to Berlin in 1975, amidst threats of an international trade embargo and the wild claims of Euro prosperity.
But all is not lost, the ancient scriptures prophesied a Saviour would come. A man, immense in power and chosen by God himself to restore order, rid the land of oppression, gloriously unite and victoriously lead the nation.
A genius take on humanity which threads into a clever interweaving plot of immortality and redemptive power. Arrival is a rhythmic, stark and provocative expression of how one misunderstood man, in just three years, would change the course of the world for ever.
About the Author
From the age of fifteen I knew I wanted to be a writer, (which is rather late I know) but for a long time resisted the urge to actually do any writing. I was, like many would be writers, more interested in the idea than the reality.
At some point in my twenties I developed a passion for the theatre and consequently dabbled with writing for the stage, including stage plays and monologues; some of which have been produced.