THURSDAY MIDNIGHT

Book Two of the Immortal Wake series

Two years after betraying humanity and fleeing the city, Jonas and Anna remain in hiding. Their plans to remake society are slowly progressing, albeit under the constant threat of death.

Victor Korovin is a NExUS agent tasked with eliminating the human scourge. After centuries in the field, his life as a feared enforcer has quieted. He lingers as an unused asset, trapped behind a desk in downtown Seattle.

His accord with Jonas brought an end to the eternal war and marked the official extinction of the human race. The world has enjoyed a lasting peace ever since. That is, until a frightening new foe rises from the ashes.

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REVIEWS

Thursday Midnight is quite simply one of the most compelling and intelligent science fiction books to come along in a very long time. Some stories are very plot driven that takes readers on an incredible ride, while others contain themes and ideas that are meant to spark the human intellect and generate conversation about life, society, and what it means to be human and alive. Wheeler here has done something amazing in giving us a book that does both.”
Ben Ragunton, TG Geeks

“Powerful is not a word I use lightly when reviewing books, and it applies to Thursday Midnight.”
Geoff Habiger, Artemesia Publishing

“Left me raked over the coals emotionally.”
– Amazon Customer

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AUTHOR NOTES

Thursday Midnight is book two of the Immortal Wake series and the sequel to my debut novel Transient. I had written and published the entire Max and the Multiverse sci-fi comedy series before coming back to pen this book. Why the delay? Because I wanted to improve my writing chops to a point where I could give this story the attention that it deserved.

Transient is a sci-fi noir take on the vampire legend. Thursday Midnight is largely a suspense thriller. I wanted to take the world and characters created by the first novel and dive headfirst into a pacy narrative that yanks the reader from beat to beat. Be warned, this harrowing tale is not for the faint of heart.