“Rainmaker” Combines Adventure and Fantasy with Inter-dimensional Catastrophes
From a distance Axis City was an improbable display of intelligent order – civilization in a desolate place most folks considered to be uninhabitable. Its streets were arranged in neat rows, many of which were lined with trees, all in the midst of an unforgiving wasteland that stalked it borders like a pack of starved coyotes – desperate and inevitable. That was the impression, anyway. Of all people, Drake knew this impression of civility was only a mirage…another trick of the desert.
In Earth’s ancient past, visitors from another star system placed seven stones in the earth to channel the planet’s psychic energy. Like most of Earth’s cosmic history, the reason for doing this has long since been forgotten, but the legend remains. The tales of the earth stones and their immense psychic powers still fascinate mankind thousands of years after the civilization that created them has moved on. It is rumored that the fourth of the seven stones, known as the heart stone, resides along a desolate lay-line running from coastal Mexico to the heart of North America.
Over the centuries, many have searched for the stones, collecting clues and continuing their endless search by process of elimination. The fourth stone is said to grant the possessor with the ability to transform thoughts into reality; it is no surprise that this is a highly coveted prize among Earth’s more ambitious factions. The Illuminati, eternal in their thirst for conquest, and the ultra-secretive Reptilians are the front-runners in the pursuit of this singular relic. Their tireless search for this stone that the locals call “Rainmaker” is a smoke screen of secrecy, where the best secrets are held by those who are no longer alive to repeat them. Kuehn explains his impetus for writing “Rainmaker”:
I like a good adventure. I had a roommate that rented from me a few years ago and she was a conspiracy theorist of the highest order. Illuminati, reptilian shape-shifters have infiltrated the world governments, meditation can create reality, and all of that. She had bookshelves full of books and videos about these topics. After a few months of hearing about time-loops and alternate realities, I had a pretty good idea what I was going to write next.
About the Author:
Stephen Kuehn was born in St. Louis in 1970. Since then, he has traveled throughout the United States and around the world, making his current home deep in the heart of Texas. Over the years he has worked as a writer, editor, kitchen manager, fitness trainer, artist, college tutor, disc jockey and farm hand.
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