Debut novel by Nick Nikolov
Lucy Castle is not afraid to take risks as long as the pay is good. But when she accepts a lucrative offer from a tall stranger in a plague doctor's mask, she starts to question her life choices.
The sky is falling and they have three days to save the world from an alien made bio-weapon turning children into mutated killing machines.
A girl that has never wanted help from anyone now holds the fate of the planet in her hands.
what readers are saying . . .
"This book was an amazing read from start to finish. It has everything that a sci-fi title requires - fleshed out characters each with their own struggles and goals, well-written plot that keeps your attention till the very end, and a great world building to top it off.
- Goodreads Reviewer
"After reading Nick's story in "The Beginning & End of All Things" I went on to explore more of his work and I found he just released a brand new book so I had to buy it. And oh boy was it a great read!"
- Amazon.com Reviewer
"The interactions between the Lucy and the Doctor character were fun and complex."
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I used to read fantasy in high school and play a lot of video games, emphasis mainly on games. First encounter with amazing storytelling was in a game called Legacy of Kain: Soul Reaver on a hard-to-come-by Playstation console. You read that right—the very first Playstation. The importance of amazing stories became starkly apparent since that encounter. In the coming years up until graduation from University with a bachelor’s degree in Automation, games were the main source of gripping narratives. Upon entering the workforce, the need to create grew so great, that a change had to be made. The choice being, either suffocate the creative drive or attempt to get good at writing. And here we are. Worldender is my first full length published work. So, after seven years of struggles, two and sometimes three jobs at once, and a lot of hard lessons learned, finally, an actual book that can be read!