LOST GOD: DAY OF JUDGEMENT
(English version is generated by machine translation)
HOW THE STORY BEGINS
An enigmatic flying apparatus appears in front of the windows of the International Space Station. A crescent-shaped sign is emblazoned on its hull. As the truck-sized object swerves into orbit, the US sends five astronauts into space with another flying-ready old space shuttle. They are supposed to capture the UFO and bring it to Earth in the cargo hold so that it can be examined in the secret base Area 51.
But as soon as the space shuttle has been launched, events on Earth as well as in space begin to turn dramatically. The ferry disappears from the radar. Huge bullets fall from the sky. State leaders panic. Military people are losing their nerve. At the same time, astronomers make an outrageous discovery, and the Pope addresses the world with a desperate message …
About the book
LOST GOD is an apocalyptic sci-fi mystery thriller about the divine return prophesied in the scriptures of the three world religions for 2000 years. The story is based on ancient traditions and mythologies, the Paleo-SETI thesis, as well as an eerie experience of the author in Egypt. Gripping narrative style and reportage alternate. Big head cinema full of adventure, excitement, action, drama and some pretty tough moments.
Claude Blatter from Switzerland: Great head cinema. Impressiveand and excitingly written. Lost God is a dark science fiction novel that goes under the skin thanks in no small part to its lifelike protagonists.
Heike Berger from Germany: Relentless, fascinating, shocking. That’s in a nutshell the essence of this mystery end-time thriller. The author describes the events in his novel in such a real way that it sometimes really hurts when reading.
Viktor Kubitschek from Austria: LOST GOD is a real page gymnast. Extremely exciting, yet highly interesting and challenging – a balancing act that few authors can do so well. A MUST for fans of hard science fiction and captivating mystery stories.
Susanna Biedermann from Germany: Sometimes hard to bear. Deep abysses. In between, it’s easier to breathe, but only for a brief moment. This is followed by the re-immersion into the gloom, blackness, fear … For me, Lost God: The Last Judgment is the Thriller of the Year.
Leif Berg from Germany: Millions of Christians, Jews and Muslims have been eagerly awaiting the return of their God for 2000 years. But as the prophecy of the scriptures is fulfilled, even the Pope collapses whimpering like a child behind his altar. Lost God: The Last Judgment – a special-class apocalypse thriller.
About the author
Gregor Spörri, born in Basel in 1955, has been running Z-Productions – a company for discotheque equipment, concepts and design – since 1978. After an eerie experience in Egypt, he begins to trace the dark secrets of the ancient gods, angels and giants. The sometimes astonishing findings provide ample material for exciting stories. The well-known dark art artist and alien creator H.R. Giger is fascinated by Spörri’s ideas and encourages him to write LOST GOD: The Last Judgment.