Quantum energy. Unlimited power. Humanity’s salvation.
The Frameway Project promises all of this and more, and Mackland Luther is guiding the project to its final culmination. On the eve of what to be their biggest breakthrough, Mackland and his friends, Billy and Sean, prepare the test that will provide the almost limitless power needed to take the human race into the future.
Initial success and excitement quickly turn to horror as the Frame goes out of control, ripping Mackland and his friends from their world and depositing them in a world that is completely different yet strangely familiar. Along with Lily, a hard-charging security guard that was caught by Frame along with them; and Grizzly, a rough yet gentle survivalist they meet in this new world, Mack and his friends must figure out some way to understand and undo whatever brought them here if they ever want to return to their own world.
But first they must survive an increasingly dangerous world full of undead drug addicts, giant mutants, and a relentless telepathic madman who will do anything to get his hands on the Frame project for his own purposes.
Born and raised in Northwest Indiana, E.M.McDowell first started writing in high school ,consisting primarily of sappy poems aimed at impressing girls. A four year stint in the Marine Corps pushed literary endeavors to the background, where they remained for the next twenty-odd years, until they were uncovered by a mid-life crisis.
In the intervening years, he has worked in various technology jobs ,and is currently the technology manager for a small county government.
Married for twenty-two years to his best friend, and blessed with two wonderful daughters, he works to balance his writing while living in a house full of women.
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I was given a copy for my honest opinion. In no way was I paid or asked for a good review.
First, I must say that I’m not a zombie lover, I just can’t seem to love them.
Dark Luminance by E.M.Mcdowell was filled with mutant zombies, called Psidead.
For the first time in forever, I can finally say that I like reading about Zombies.
The way E.M.McDowell written Dark Luminance, I struggle to put it down. It’s fast paced, got a really strong plot, and well developed characters. I love a story with some twists and turns, and believe me, Dark Luminance has plenty that will keep you on the edge of your seat.
I recommend this book for all zombie lovers or if you want to become one. If got to admit that there were a couple of parts, and I really mean only a couple, that I didn’t grasp as much as I wanted to and it left me a bit confused. But other than that, a really good read. One that is worthy of paying for.