A review of Jonathan Maas' Children of Another Bible: We Were Not the Only Ones

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Jonathan Maas' Children of Another Bible: We Were Not the Only Ones was published in November 2017.

Information about Jonathan Maas:

Jonathan Maas is a writer living in Los Angeles. He writes during his bus ride to and from work, and owes much of this novel to the traffic on the 101. He is a fan of all types of literature, with his most recent favorite group of writers being Paul Kalanithi, Jostein Gaarder, Andrew Kaplan, Linwood Barclay, A.C. Crispin, Warren Ellis, Garth Ennis, Caren Lissner, John Shirley and Herman Koch.

Information about Children of Another Bible: We Were Not the Only Ones:

Children of Another Bible

A modern day scientist who has found a way to visit the afterlife. A young child in a devastated world. An adventurer in a near-utopian future who is beginning to realize his destiny may lie in the stars above.

They live in three different eras, but they are connected by a mystery that has haunted humanity since history began.

We Were Not the Only Ones

Humanity has always believed that this world was meant for them, and so far this has seemed to be the case. But there is one angel who didn’t see things this way. Her name is Kulkuz, and when humanity left Africa to populate the world, her red-haired children were eradicated, and her future was stolen.

But Kulkuz has a plan. Neither spirituality nor science can determine what it is, but she is coming for us. And she will stop at nothing until her children’s rightful destiny has returned.

A REVIEW OF JONATHAN MAAS' CHILDREN OF ANOTHER BIBLE: WE WERE NOT THE ONLY ONES

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