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The Path of a Savior

G.R. Morris
G.R. Morris Author Interview

Tomorrows End follows Kevin as he learns that his world is just an illusion and a prophecy puts him at the forefront of a bloody battle. What was the inspiration for the setup to your story?

My inspiration was from years of loving science fiction and studying philosophy. It was decades of ideas culminating into a large idea spanning multiple books.

Kevin Knight is an intriguing and well developed character. What were some driving ideals behind your character’s development?

Kevin represents the everyman who is skeptical and resents his own existence in his world. I simply asked myself what would this person do and act, given these situations.

What were some themes that were important for you to explore in this book?

Good and evil and the nature of reality were things I felt needed to be explored if I was to introduce the “magic system” of the series. I figured adding a religious flair would add some believability and relatability to the narrative.

What can readers expect in book two of this series?

Book Two will be finding out what happened to Kevin and how the nature of evil itself responds to being ‘wounded’.

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Do you have free will?
He never asked to be a hero, but the universe didn’t give him a choice.
Kevin Knight never wanted to be the one to save the galaxy. But when tragedy upends his life and demonic forces steal his soul, the fate of time and space are sealed. Until a scaly, trench-coat-clad alien appears and gives him a glimpse into the true nature of all things.
Astounded, Kevin learns the world he knows is merely an illusion created by alien beings who control humanity’s every move. With an invasion imminent, he must defeat the blackness and perfect his powers before the bloody battle begins.
Which prophecy will Kevin fulfill… the one of darkness or the one of light?

Tomorrows End: The path of a savior

Tomorrow’s End, the first installment of the series The Path of a Savior by G.R. Morris is an action-packed story that is both engaging and intriguing at the same time. This brilliantly woven science fiction story deals with some gory episodes, while also exploring the deep and philosophical aspects of life. 

The beginning of the story is set in the future, where there has been a massive war between the inhabitants of earth and aliens. The plot moves between past and future, taking readers back to a time where the earth had not been turned into a barren stretch of nothingness. Kevin is the designated savior of humanity, but he has been imprisoned for murdering his step-father. A strange alien called Robert rescues him, and together they embark on a suspenseful mission to follow his destiny. But things go haywire as various intergalactic creatures start considering Kevin a threat. Can Kevin come out victorious and save humanity? Or will he be destroyed by powerful enemies?

The one thing that I enjoyed most about this story was that the plot was never linear, it can be confusing at times to follow the numerous series of incidents happening at different times and places, but it all makes sense and I was blown away by the complexity of the story. The story is a slow build, but I was invested in Kevin’s character and I was desperate to find out if Kevin can emerge victorious and save the inhabitants of earth. 

Kevin and Darren stand out as some of the most intriguing characters in the book, with each one having a backstory that has shaped them into who they are and has pushed them to fulfill their destinies. The story effectively captures their growth, allowing the reader to empathize with them and makes the story much more suspenseful because of it.

Tomorrows End: The path of a savior (1) is a thrilling space adventure with an intense story, a complex plot, and interesting characters. The book explores the timeless conflict of good against evil with a unique take on our existence that will appeal to any science fiction fan.

Pages: 436 | ISBN: 0615852378

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