Eternal by Israel Barbuzano

ETERNAL is a fantasy novel set in a grim yet wondrous afterlife; an afterlife shared by every species in the Universe. It's a place where humanity has no shortage of enemies, where thoughts may shape reality and ceasing to exist is a very real possibility.

Aaron and Alexandra Gretchen arrive at separate locations in this afterlife. This is the story of their quest to be reunited.

“Until death do us part.”

It was a solemn oath for them, a promise to be together until the very end.

When the blast reached them, the oath was fulfilled. Death took them, swift, ruthless.

Alexandra Gretchen thought she'd arrive at the gates of heaven.

Aaron Gretchen knew to expect oblivion.

They were wrong.

Death took them, and so began their journey.

ETERNAL is a fantasy novel set in a grim yet wondrous afterlife; an afterlife shared with every other species in the Universe. It's a place where humanity has no shortage of enemies, where thoughts may shape reality and ceasing to exist is a very real possibility. Separated upon arrival, Aaron and Alexandra will strive through it all in the hopes of being reunited…but who could keep hope alive in the realms of the dead?

ETERNAL reads like dark fantasy, but also incorporates science fiction and dystopian elements, exploring themes of faith, the resilience of hope, interspecies relations and the limits of human knowledge. It's a harrowing fight of survival; the unraveling of an ancient conspiracy; a heartwarming love story.

A tale where death only marks a new beginning.

About Israel Barbuzano

Israel Barbuzano is a pretty OK guy. Learn more about this fabulous person at http://www.israelbarbuzano.net

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