The Best Selling Christian Fiction/Fantasy Series Continues!
Time has run out. The world as we know it is coming to an end and a handful of heroes are all that stand in the way of the final darkness.
Born in an age of brutality and miracles, Eli was raised from the dead to start a new life unlike any other. His touch can heal; his pain can destroy. He has not only seen the rise and fall of civilizations, his power has been the cause of them. Prepare yourself for an adventure through time, prepare to face the greatest challenge humankind has ever known.
KM Aul is the best-selling author of the Senses Novels series. His first full-length novel, AURA was released in 2015 to critical acclaim.
KM Aul has worked in diverse industries ranging from raw chemicals to consumer goods and has owned and operated businesses ranging from retail coffee stores to Karate Dojos. Having traveled North America, Europe, and Asia, KM has met people from every walk of life and in every circumstance. In the years and miles of travels, KM has learned that all people matter.
KM currently lives on a small private lake in Georgia.
I will forever be fangirling over this series. WOW. That’s the first thing I think when I read this series. Soo intense and exciting. There isn’t much Christian sci-fi out there, and I can’t even express how excited I am to know these are out there. I hope every sci-fi reader comes across these. You don’t want to miss them! The world building in each story is amazing, and the characters fit perfectly in them. There really isn’t anything I would change. I am seriously obsessed with this series and I’m so grateful that I found it! Everyone, check it out!
Synesthesia by K.M. Aul is a one of a kind book which is as entertaining as it is insightful.
In spite of not being a Christian, I enjoyed reading about this story. It was intense and quite well-written. The flow of the writing was the one thing I admired the most in this book because it made the reading very easy and smooth...
I found the concept of this book fascinating. When God raised Lazarus from the dead he gave him "eternal" life until he served an unknown purpose. Eli spends the centuries travelling the world, sometimes with companions but often alone. Of all his companions my favourite was Gifu, who takes the form of an owl. As he witness strife and disaster, great plagues and world wars he comes to realise the mysterious "Them" are behind it all. Their desire is to rid the world of mankind and when direct action fails they manipulate situations and create atmospheres of mistrust, breeding grounds for unrest. Well researched, the story weaves around historical events, giving alternative explanations. Well-written and thought provoking.
This is a series you don't want to end. All of the books so far have been completely different. Every one has been great. There are not many christian science fiction series out there and none as well written as these.