Humankind was commanded to fill the earth and subdue it, and they have obeyed. In doing so, many have forgotten their Creator; thus, Noah of Eden, a preacher of righteousness, has spent the last few centuries as a wanderer in the world, proclaiming the old, true ways.
His mission is interrupted when a brutal, mysterious enemy fans the embers of lust for power into flames of war. Gathering companions, he races to avert disaster where he can, while realizing that—in more ways than he could have imagined—the earth, and everything in it, is fallen.
About the author:
R. M. Huffman is a physician, author, illustrator, and lifelong Texan. He graduated from Texas A & M University and the University of Texas Medical Branch at Galveston, and practices as an anesthesiologist in north Texas.