Descendant – Spotlight

Book Cover(1) The year is 2378, and the world knows sixteen-year-old Michael Eisenstein as someone who comes from a long line of mass murderers that spans more than three centuries. Yes, he is the most unlikely person to begin fighting for the survival of the human race.

The planet has experienced eight additional world wars since the dawn of the twenty-first century, and extraterrestrials are living in the ocean, beneath a world devastated by the effects of climate change. Michael’s mother, Monica, lives in fear, and his father, Benjamin, is the most recent Eisenstein responsible for creating ever larger and more efficient weapons of mass destruction.

Michael, meanwhile, fears becoming his father and struggles with suicidal depression–that is, until he meets Maya and immediately falls in love. But when Ben takes Michael to Giza on a mission to find new energy sources, the boy accidentally falls into a tunnel and encounters a time traveler by the name of Ezekial. From there, the pair set out on the adventure of a lifetime, and Michael learns the truth about the fate of the earth and its people.

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Publication date: January 19, 2017.


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Jeffrey A. Levin has been involved in education for most of his lengthy career as both an educator and coach. He has been heavily involved in “authorship” issues related to the great Shakespeare and has attended Hollywood pitch-fests where he pitched his screenplay “Saving Shakespeare’s Soul.” His new novel, “Descendant,” is the first in a planned trilogy. It explores many futuristic issues including “downloading thoughts” (brain hacking), the evolution of what he calls “soul searching,” not to mention “soul GPS,” which he believes will one day be a reality.


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