When you have the literal power of gods, the ultimate accomplishment would be to use that power to create a living world out of a lifeless hunk of rock. This was the idea behind the Genesis project. There’s just one catch. They need to find a lifeless hunk of rock to use for the project before they can set their plans in motion. When a stranger named Gerald shows up in the village however, the source of their god-like powers soon becomes all too clear.
Not trusting this amiable stranger in the slightest, Jarrod opens a time portal and travels far into the future. When he returns a few seconds later however, he refuses to tell anyone where he went, or when for that matter. Their concern for him grows even deeper when he starts suffering from debilitating headaches that only seem to get worse as time goes on.
Also, during the search for a suitable planet to use for the Genesis project, not one, but two old enemies are discovered and must be dealt with.
Sadly, all great things must come to an end. Genesis is the final book of the Unseen Things series, and a fitting send off for the characters we’ve all grown to know and love.
Genesis is book 21 of the Unseen Things series.
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