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Cradle of Destiny
The struggle of the Cerberus rebels stretches back to the dawn of history...
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Teaser:When millennia-old artifacts are discovered in the Middle East's legendary Fertile Crescent, they appear to belong to one of Cerberus's own. It's not long before Grant is plunged back through the shimmering vortex of time, forcing the rebels to lead a rescue party across a parallax to destroy a legendary god beast -- before Grant is lost forever.
Event HorizonReborn after near nuclear eradication, humanity struggles in a world defined by a secret history of conspiracy, rivalry and inhuman domination. As an ancient powerful race attempts to retake planet Earth, a courageous and sophisticated band of freedom fighters, the Cerberus rebels, leads the resistance in a daring battle to free humanity from the grips of an alien power struggle.
Temporal DisruptionIN the Middle East's legendary Fertile Crescent, millennia-old artifacts are unearthed. Shockingly, they appear to belong to one of Cerberus's own. As events converge to play out a destiny forged in cross-dimensional currents, Grant is plunged back through the shimmering vortex of time. Part phantasm, part warrior known as Enkidu, the man bull, he is hunted by humanity's oldest enemy. Kane, Brigid and Domi lead a rescue party across a parallax to destroy the legendary god beast Humbaba -- before Grant is lost forever...
Big problem in the storyline
This book was an enjoyable read, but the biggest fault that I found with this one is how it completely goes against one of the first books in the series,The Omega Path. In The Omega Path they went into the past to try and stop the nuclear holocaust from happening. But in doing so they found out that they were only capable of traveling into the past of the parallel realities, not their own. That's why Doc Tanner from Deathlands was never able to go back home to his family. Forward travel within their reality is possible but never backwards.