The Mortal Vestige
Book Three of the Immortal Wake Series
The world writhes as a remorseless terror sweeps across the planet. The age of immortals is drawing to a close and the vestige of humanity lies in tatters.
Jonas, the failed leader of the human resistance, is adrift in a world that rejected him.
Having witnessed the cold cruelty of annihilation, he spent hours in a state of debilitating shock. But now he must venture back to the ruins of civilization in search of hope.
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“Wheeler has somehow managed to elevate The Mortal Vestige from just being a science fiction story into a work of art, and the best art will always leave you changed after you’ve experienced it.”
– Ben Ragunton, TG Geeks
“I have enjoyed Mr. Wheeler’s Immortal Wake series and, after the jaw-dropping end of Thursday Midnight, I was on pins and needles to see what unfolded next for Jonas. As I was reading through The Mortal Vestige, I had a creeping feeling of dread and unease.”
– Amazon Reader
“The Mortal Vestige is a wonderful conclusion to an ingeniously written trilogy. I highly recommend this book, and this series.”
– Geoff Habiger, Artemesia Publishing
“A heartbreaking yet thoughtful read. His journey is full of both touching moments and tearful ones.”
– S.E. Sasaki, SFF Author
“This was a very thought-provoking end to the series. I shared in every bit of joy and despair that Jonas experienced.”
– Amazon Reader
The Mortal Vestige concludes a very wild ride in my author career. I was utterly unprepared for the success of Transient, and the thought of penning two more novels in a yet-to-be-named series was speculative at best. But now I have reached a point where I cannot imagine the storyline without them. I have dragged this protagonist through hell and back, and I really wanted to witness the end of his journey.
Oddly enough, this book existed as a separate idea before plugging into the Immortal Wake series. Only after finishing Thursday Midnight did I realize how perfectly it melded into the story arc. It caused me to abandon my original idea and pen this version instead. In a very real sense, this book is my first-person descent into madness.