Dawn of the Epoch

100 Part Story 2.1M Reads 27.9K Votes
Ian D. Ghrist By Ian D. Ghrist Completed
Hunter called himself an archaeologist, but he was a modern day treasure hunter. Tiyana was a scientist devoted to her craft. They were passionate people, wholly devoted to their work. Neither of them had time for love. Neither of them could resist it when it happened. Neither of them knew that the world would need the two of them to save it from a tyrannical pre-historic overlord, his cyborg vampire paramour, and their army of mindless drudges.

Dawn of the Epoch is an epic science fiction novel about dark matter, death rays, nuclear warfare, and the Large Hadron Collider, but it is also a fantasy novel about medieval warriors, alchemy, and ancient gods. Dawn of the Epoch blends fantasy with reality, bringing mythology to life today. It is also an apocalyptic thriller spanning the globe from the Pyramids of Egypt to the heart of Africa to the majesty of the Himalayas. It is an epic hybrid-genre story with intense action sequences, magic, mythology, suspenseful plot twists, countless obstacles for the protagonists to overcome, and an utterly Machiavellian supernatural villain.


"Probably one of my favorite books I’ve read to date. Brilliantly complex, adoringly rendered and quizzically intense. A must read and one I plan to revisit, and share!"

- Amgwatts, Wattpad Reader

"This has to be one of the most original and well written novels I have had the pleasure to read, on Wattpad and in general. It was captivating, interesting, immersive and above all, fantastic. I was left in awe of the beings, history and world you created. It was never dull, dry or predicable and it was a nice change from what seems to be the ever popular teen romance with vampires or werewolves or 'bad boys that are actually romantic good boys.' In the end it was a very pleasant surprise."

-IridescentLies, Wattpad Reader

I think this is a great start. it's not to little or too much background info for a prlogue. Can't wait to see what's going to happen to these love birds.
this is written so well

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Sorry Rugby, I just couldn't get into this one.  Quit after ch17.  Never quite able to suspend disbelief.  Too fantastical, with no basis.  Felt like a kid re-telling an Indiana Jones movie.  And then this happened, and then this happened, and then ...
is a good start but so far, it still not showing much. so, i'll keep reading.
a little rushed. but if I have to stay up all night reading it; I will
Love it, I'm in for the adventure. can't wait for the action!