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Cybersp@ce - Jeff W. Horton

CYBERSP@CE: Cybersp@ce Series Book One 



CYBERSP@CE is a fast-paced, sci-fi espionage story, with ingredients of international intrigue, artificial intelligence, action, suspense, and romance. Set mostly in the Nevada desert, Cybersp@ce includes cyber warfare between nation states, the fantastic virtual world of an alien computer, and the hunt for one of the world's greatest spies.


From inside their home located outside the small town of Corona, New Mexico in 1947, a young boy and his parents, while watching a freak lightning storm, hear a loud crash, after young Henry Summers witnesses an alien spacecraft falling from the sky.


Many years later, Nick Reynolds is appointed as the head of a Cyber Command taskforce established to deal with the increasing cyber warfare threat from China. Soon afterwards a new, disturbing type of cyber-attack emerges, just as Nick learns that an imminent massive Chinese cyber-attack against the United States infrastructure might be imminent. When the evidence suggests that the threat is real and that the attack will kill millions of people, Nick discovers that his team will not have enough time or the technical resources to stop the incredibly advanced attack when it comes.


Nick soon learns of another top-secret project, however, one which might offer a way to stop the attack and spare the lives of hundreds of millions of people.


Dr. Henry Summers works with his scientist daughter, Kate, inside Area 51 at Groom Lake, Nevada. After years of trying to reverse-engineer an alien spacecraft, the team has a breakthrough when they discover how to interface with an alien ship's computer, by using a cybernetic helmet to enter a fantastic, virtual world.


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The Way of Nacor - Jeff W. Horton

THE WAY OF NACOR: Tales of Eden



The journey begins just after the father of four children, Christian Seekers, is killed in a violent storm, leaving the children and their mother all alone.,


One day while visiting their grandfather, the children stumble across a mysterious portal, which transports the children to a strange, alien world called Zantura. In order to get home, the children will have to face and overcome seven deadly trials, find a mystical object called the Relic of Nacor, and face off against a powerful, evil being named Sarin, who has enslaved or murdered most of the inhabitants of Zantura.

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The Last Prophet - Jeff W. Horton




Imagine learning that you had been ordained by God to become one of the last two witnesses mentioned in the book of Revelation at the end of days. Suppose it was you that would stand face to face with the Antichrist, call down plagues, and warn humanity to turn from following The Beast, and to announce the approaching return of Jesus Christ.


The Last Prophet, written in the first person from the point of view of John March, tells the story of an ordinary man who discovers that he is about to lead an extraordinary life.  He will face supernatural enemies and his own inherent fears and weaknesses on his journey to becoming, The Last Prophet.


"This book reminded me a bit of the Left Behind Series. I was quickly caught up in the tale... The plot is well developed and interesting. The characters are believable. I very much enjoyed this book and highly recommend it to others." 

Reviewed by Lynn F. for Readers Favorite


"..."The Last Prophet" tells the story of John March as he discovers his duty as one of the prophets of the book of Revelation, to stand against the Anti-Christ...he must stand for faith in a time where people will have none. "The Last Prophet" is a riveting religious thriller, highly recommended."  Midwest Book Review 


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The Dark Age - Jeff W. Horton

THE DARK AGE: Survivors of the Pulse



In the year 2025, the greatest civilizations to ever exist on Planet Earth were wiped out in a moment by the unlikely combination of a powerful electromagnetic pulse (EMP) and massive solar flare, which permanently renders advanced technology across the planet useless.


Now fast forward five-hundred years and you'll find yourself in The Dark Age, which is set in a world where humanity survives by the sword, the bow, and the arrow, while secretly hoping that a legend about the Great Oracle is true and that civilization will one day return to the Earth. The Dark Age is a story about good versus evil, about self-discovery, perseverance, and self-sacrifice, all in an effort to save the world from a fate worse than death.


"As the world falls to pieces, evil will flourish and only the bold will dare stand in its way. "The Dark Age: Survivors of the Pulse" is set on a post apocalyptic Earth... "The Dark Age" is a riveting blend of science fiction and fantasy, recommended reading."  Midwest Book Review


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The Great Collapse by Jeff W. Horton (2010) Perfect Paperback - Jeff W. Horton




The Great Collapse is an apocalyptic novel set in the not-too-distant future. When a powerful electromagnetic pulse (EMP) and a massive solar flare bathe the Earth in energy, the result is the permanent loss of modern technology across the planet. Survivors learn how to survive and then to thrive in their new reality.

As I did research for my first novel, The Great Collapse, and my second novel, The Dark Age, I was astonished to learn how vulnerable our national infrastructure and our civilization itself are to powerful electromagnetic pulses and solar flares. In 2008 a report requested by Congress and was completed by the EMP Commission. It confirmed that the threat of a single nuclear warhead detonated high in the atmosphere somewhere around Kansas was real, and that it could potentially take out the United States' national power grid.


The Great Collapse received a five-star rating from Midwest Book Review.


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The Road to Jerusalem (The Crusades Trilogy) (Vol 1)

The Road to Jerusalem - Jan Guillou, Anna Paterson This was a great novel,and I would rate it on the same level as Alexander Dumas's Three Musketeers. There is intrigue, romance, and high drama.


Cybersp@ce - Jeff W. Horton Reviewed by Eduardo Aduna for Readers' FavoriteJeff Horton’s "Cybersp@ce" is a fast-paced technological thriller that acutely captures events which may unfold in the very near future. The United States has just suffered a chilling attack which has led to the wasting death of a hundred thousand people. And that is just the beginning. One man’s ambition has placed two superpowers on a collision course that can escalate to a nuclear war. Nick Reynolds, together with an attractive but highly irritating scientist, must do everything they can to prevent a cyber threat and stop a war. To succeed, they must place their hopes on a dangerous artifact, one capable of altering the very fate of human existence. Technology can change the world in ways we cannot imagine, and sometimes, in ways we can. Horton’s "Cybersp@ce" strikes a very relevant chord amidst the events happening in the world today. The global reliance on technology has given rise to potential threats that are more difficult to accurately identify, isolate and neutralize. Horton does another marvelous job of tapping people’s current subconscious fears to weave an action-packed yarn. The story is gripping, the action fast-paced and the characters driven towards their own individual goals. It has all the elements necessary for late night to early morning reading pleasure. The book doesn't get too bogged down with details, giving more room for the characters to live in Horton’s setting and making the reader more able to enjoy the novel. Stop the attacks, save the world, get the girl; you’d think it was that simple but Horton manages to add a few twists that make things much more interesting. "Cybersp@ce" is a fun and easy read, yet it has enough surprises to make the reader ponder long after the last page has been turned.

Moby Dick or The Whale

Moby Dick or The Whale - Moby Dick was a great book. There was less about the white whale than I would have imagined. It's a fascinating read.

In the Fullness of Time

In the Fullness of Time: A Historian Looks at Christmas, Easter & the Early Church - Paul L. Maier Great book so far! Filled with information I never knew!

The Case for a Creator: A Journalist Investigates Scientific Evidence That Points Toward God

The Case for a Creator: A Journalist Investigates Scientific Evidence That Points Toward God - Lee Strobel I thought this was a great book, as were the others in the "Case For" series. It did a great job of bringing to light much of the scientific evidence that contradicts Darwin's theory and supports creationism.

Freud A to Z

Freud A to Z - Sharon Heller It's been a long time since I read this book but as other readers have said, I recall it's really more of a documentary. I still remember the story about one of Freud's Patients, a soldier who had been exposed to an ancient ritual of Chinese torture, involving a base full of hungry rats. Great read!


Next - Michael Crichton Crichton did a great job with Next. It wasn't my favorite novel by him, that would probably be Jurassic Park, but he did a great job building on what he started with JP highlighting some of the power and dangers of genetics.

Living the Martial Way: A Manual for the Way a Modern Warrior Should Think

Living the Martial Way: A Manual for the Way a Modern Warrior Should Think - Forrest E. Morgan Pretty good book!

Comprehensive Asian Fighting Arts (Bushido--The Way of the Warrior)

Comprehensive Asian Fighting Arts - Donn Drager, Robert W. Smith, Donn Drager Awesome!


Flashforward - Robert J. Sawyer Awesome so far! Interesting novel with a fresh storyline.

The Great Collapse: Survivors of the Pulse

The Great Collapse - Jeff W. Horton Imagine waking up one morning to find that all of the modern technology we depend upon is gone. How would we survive?