Stones: Theory (Stones #4)

By Jacob Whaler

Action & adventure, Sci-Fi, Thriller, New adult fiction | Paperback, eBook


Ryzaard is on the cusp of his dream... Paradise. When nuclear detonations destroy cities across the globe, the world embraces Shinto as the only solution for a civilization teetering on the brink of destruction. All according to Ryzaard’s plan. One final step remains. With the help of Jhata, Ryzaard unveils the Abomination: a gift of incredible wonder that gives all humankind full sensory access to the Mesh. At a time of his choosing, it will unite the human race under his dominion. Not knowing their ultimate fate, the masses hunger for what he offers. Matt faces a stark dilemma. How can he protect the world from the Abomination without becoming a murderer like Ryzaard? Clinging to the woman he loves, Matt is desperate to keep her from making the ultimate sacrifice, knowing she’ll willingly give up her life to protect him. And Jessica isn’t the only one. Matt must find a way to save Yarah, the child prodigy, from Ryzaard’s bottomless rage. Nothing prepares Matt for what he may lose in the final battle. This is Book Four of the Stones Series.


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Ryzaard is on the cusp of his dream... Paradise. When nuclear detonations destroy cities across the globe, the world embraces Shinto as the only solution for a civilization teetering on the brink of destruction. All according to Ryzaard’s plan. One final step remains. With the help of Jhata, Ryzaard unveils the Abomination: a gift of incredible wonder that gives all humankind full sensory access to the Mesh. At a time of his choosing, it will unite the human race under his dominion. Not knowing their ultimate fate, the masses hunger for what he offers. Matt faces a stark dilemma. How can he protect the world from the Abomination without becoming a murderer like Ryzaard? Clinging to the woman he loves, Matt is desperate to keep her from making the ultimate sacrifice, knowing ...


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I remember reading Ray Bradbury's horror stories as a teenager into the dark hours of the night, afraid to move for fear that I'd stir up something evil. I consumed Alan Dean Foster's Alien in one sitting, glued to the La-Z-Boy recliner in our family room, heart beating in unison with the characters on the page as they pursued, and were pursued by, the nightmare aboard their starship. I sat in a secret corner of our house with tears in my eyes and a lump in my throat as I savored the end of The Lord of the Rings and Watership Down. I have experienced the power of words in my own life, and my belief in that power to fire our imaginations and lift our minds to new heights pushes me to write. My favorite places are near oceans or mountains. I love to spend time in Japan exploring its unique culture, history and language. As a six-year-old on a fishing trip with my dad and grandpa, I found an obsidian rock half buried in the mud, blunt on one end and pointed on the other, about the size of an adult fist. My grandpa, a lifelong rock hound, tried in vain to get it away from me. He begged, threatened and offered me money. He told me what a perfect addition it would make to his collection. But I refused to let it part from my fingers. For some reason, I felt an immediate bond to that rock. I took it home, washed it off and put it on the window ledge above my bed. (There's a photo of it on my website.)


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I remember reading Ray Bradbury's horror stories as a teenager into the dark hours of the night, afraid to move for fear that I'd stir up something evil. I consumed Alan Dean Foster's Alien in one sitting, glued to the La-Z-Boy recliner in our family room, heart beating in unison with the characters on the page as they pursued, and were pursued by, the nightmare aboard their starship. I sat in a s...


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