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The Blue Spark

John Hopkins

The climactic third novel in The Powers That Be trilogy, THE BLUE SPARK, envisions humankind's destiny through a transformative sacrifice.


Book Three in The Powers That Be trilogy, THE BLUE SPARK, paints a thought-provoking, action-packed vision of a post-invasion dystopian world with humankind on a razor's edge between science and morality, loyalty and betrayal, hope and despair, courage and fear, evolution and extinction.


A transformative sacrifice seals humankind's destiny at the end of a celestial path.

Sometimes, history repeats.


THE BLUE SPARK picks up the narrative after Book Two, THE LOST SHIP, injecting readers into an intricately detailed and all-too-plausible near-future world grappling with a never-ending analog reality amid the chaos and corruption. The 510-page novel introduces the trilogy's lynchpin, Hannah Haig (Rachel and Owen's daughter), and a host of intriguing new characters joining the multi-generational cast of human and non-human heroes and villains. Matching wits through a complexity of interwoven storylines and gripping character arcs, the epic saga culminates with an against-all-odds celestial sacrifice to preserve humankind's destiny in a crowded universe.

Book Details

  • Publisher: Hopart Publishing
  • Publish Date: Feb 13rd, 2024
  • Pages: 510
  • Language: English
  • Dimensions: 9.00in - 6.00in - 1.38in - 1.69lb
  • EAN: 9798986233857
  • Categories: Science Fiction - Action & AdventureScience Fiction - Apocalyptic & Post-ApocalypticScience Fiction - Genetic Engineering

About the Author

Hopkins, John: - Author and artist John Hopkins' passion for the science fiction genre and keen curiosity for what lies beyond common knowledge shape his character-driven storytelling. While active in his accomplished career in communication arts, John followed his muse, creating Lost Cactus, a comic strip set on a top-secret research base akin to Area 51. The 3-panel strip's supernatural mythology was expanded into a shared universe of short stories, sowing the seeds for his epic The Powers That Be trilogy.John is also developing graphic novels under the Lost Cactus Archives banner featuring the original comic strip's diverse cast in tales ripped from the legendary southwestern desert base's top-secret classified files.Discover more at www.johnhopkinsauthor.com
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