“Merla Velzna had earned the right not to kill. No one else born into the Military Class had ever gained her advantage—the freedom to choose her own destiny. For eight years, digging for artifacts had given her peace. Now, for the first time in more than a decade, her military training was once again active in mind and body. Someone was following her....”
Two archaeologists each make discoveries which shake the foundations of their world. Merla Velzna does what she can to save the future of civilization. Gunter Jürgens does what he can to prove that she existed.
Book 1 of Edge of Remembrance looks past the veil of darkness at the start of our own history. This book brings ancient myths into sharp focus, past the inadequate vocabulary of the primitive audience which gave us those stories, in order to expose what really happened.
Overnight, civilization is virtually destroyed. The refugees try to cope in the chaos of an untamed wilderness. And the only other remnant of civilization has been attacked by a renegade military bent on conquest.
What Gunter Jürgens discovers in Nicaragua uncovers evidence of an empire that all of modern science has declared taboo. “Edge of Remembrance: Gods and Dragons” reveals what occurred at the end of one history, more than six thousand years before our own began.