Clouds suddenly surround the globe.Modern science is at a lost to explain
the unending rain and snow.A
great flood of biblical proportions is destroying cities and crops.Du Moss, a sixteen-year-old amphibious
boy, must quickly learn to harness his special powers to save the Age of Man.
I was walking down from Machu Picchu--you used to be able to hang out there and do pretty much whatever you wanted including camping--and it was night with lots of spirits about and I had this thought. Hey, if this fell apart as fast as it did for the Inca, who is to say that it won't happen to us? That's where I got the idea for the Eye of the Archer. I couldn't get past it and this book stayed with me through about 50 drafts (parts were published in an earlier version 12: A Novel About the End of the Mayan Calendar), jobs, marriage, kid, and well I finally got it, and here it is.
Praise and Reviews
Words of praise for 12 - A Novel About the End of the Mayan Calendar from Goodread readers. - "A fascinating read indeed. It starts of interesting and continues throughout - no 'wasted words' - my kind of book!" - "really good fiction" - "students would love it.Â I look forward to reading Volume 2." " I was pulled into the story and into the Mayan mythology." "Characters unique and believable." "This was a great book!" "Superbly written book that keeps you in suspense in the first few pages"