Dominion

Dominion In The second novel of the Wargs Trilogy we find Dr Matthew Kershaw and the residents of Misty Hollow engaged in a desperate fight for survival While Matt Struggles to assemble a team to deal with th

In The second novel of the Wargs Trilogy, we find Dr Matthew Kershaw and the residents of Misty Hollow engaged in a desperate fight for survival While Matt Struggles to assemble a team to deal with the rising threat posed by the human warg hybrids, Dr Bertram is racing to develop a cure for the transgenic virus Unknown to Matt and the others, the threat against them isIn The second novel of the Wargs Trilogy, we find Dr Matthew Kershaw and the residents of Misty Hollow engaged in a desperate fight for survival While Matt Struggles to assemble a team to deal with the rising threat posed by the human warg hybrids, Dr Bertram is racing to develop a cure for the transgenic virus Unknown to Matt and the others, the threat against them is much ominous than anyone can imagine Behind the warg threat is a sinister plot by a rogue colonel and his band of human warg hybrids who are intent on establishing dominion over the indigenous warg packs With the wargs under his control, the colonel plans on unleashing a reign of terror upon the residents of Misty Hollow and then the population at large outside the valley Can Matt, Victor and their team uncover the plot in time to stop it before it s to late Can Dr Bertram develop a cure for the virus before it can be exploited by some other group.

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Dominion

  1. D Allen Rutherford is a former army officer and a retired international technology consultant with a B.S and Masters degree Settling down in central Arkansas, D Allen taught a year as an adjunct professor and three years as a science teacher in secondary education before deciding to devote his time and energy to writing science and historical fiction novels.Combining his interest in science with his love of writing, D Allen attempts to create science fiction novels that blur the line between modern science and science fiction Layered within his stories are issues associated with controversial scientific research, leaving the reader to wonder, is this really possible, opening the doors to moral and ethical debate.

208 Reply to “Dominion”

  1. I am so glad to have been introduced to this author s novels I loved the first novel, Curse of Misty Hollow, which was very effective in setting the stage on all accounts for the continuation of this story and Dominion takes off very nicely from its predecessor Rutherford further builds on characterisation, plot, and pace, in fact, this latter is faster and the plot has twists and turns which only makes this sequel all the better than the first.If any reader wondered what would happen after fin [...]


  2. I really enjoy reading this author s work because it is unique There are so many books out that are so predictable that they become ordinary Mr Rutherford s Warg books are anything but ordinary When you read the tales, you will find yourself beginning to absorb the science behind them They are so very believable that you wonder if someday in the very near future you will be reading about similar events in the newspapers He is knowledgeable about the science to the point where I would love the op [...]


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