Earth Force; Relict Legacy, Book 1

By Shemer Kuznits

(2 Reviews)

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Synopsis

On the first day, a mist descended from the heavens blanketing earth.
On the second day, a cryptic message, ‘Infusion commencing,’ appeared in the corner of everyone’s eyes.
On the third day, the sick were healed and the crippled walked again.
On the fourth day, celebration and joy spread across the globe.
And on the fifth day, the warping began…

There was no warning.
A mist descended from the sky, disabling all technology and causing a mysterious message to appear at the corner of everyone’s eye. The situation grew even worse as animals and people started to warp, transforming into terrible monsters that prey on the living.
Within months, human civilization crumbled. Unable to fight the seemingly indestructible beasts, the survivors are reduced to cowering in reinforced shelters. Waiting for the end to come. Helpless.
All seemed lost until a few brave souls discovered the secret of their new reality: the Tec and how to use it to level up.
Together they represent humanity’s last and best hope for salvation. But first they must find the answers to the mystery of their new existence.
Their journey will require them to quickly adapt to alien technology, operate strange spaceships, and even befriend an extra-terrestrial merchant with an Inferiority Complex.

©2019 Shemer Kuznits (P)2020 Soundbooth Theater

About The Author

Shemer has been a fan of Sci-Fi, Fantasy, and RPG games for decades. He started devouring LitRPG books from the moment he discovered them back in 2016. After reading well over 100 of them, Shemer decided to contribute to the genre by writing his first novel: Life Reset.

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Reviews (2)

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Wonderful story

Wonderful story and great job with the narration and all the effects! I’m really lookign forward to the 2nd book!

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Great story, but avoid the deep dive

Big fan of Shemer and Jeff, and while I understand the atmosphere and sensibility they’re going for with the deep dive, the music and fx is to my ear just badly mixed and intrusive. In many places the narration just becomes inaudible. Maybe it’s a problem with my aging hearing, but I went back to the simple narration.
Shemer has an interesting take on the post apocalyptic game lit, with some deeply flawed and disturbing characters that are often missing from self published works.
Looking forward to book 2.I’ll keep getting the deep dives to support sbt, even if I only listen to the ‘basic’ narration.