Dirty politics just got dirtier. 2155. Lebanon survives the Technological Collapse Era only to end up governed by tyrannical zealots who control higher technology. When the unholy grail falls into their totalitarian hands, Suddeek Hassan, the grail's only heir, finds himself on a mission to instigate an interplanetary new order with laws that originate from his own bloodline.
Farah Evers was raised in a house immersed in politics and journalism, which had a profound impact on her world views. She has been an avid reader of Sci-Fi authors like Asimov, Vance, Adams, and other classic non-Sci-Fi masters such as Dan Brown and Richard Bach. Star Trek & Babylon 5, along with a mix of politics, anthropology, and a passion for science piqued her interest for the genre. Her academic background is in Interior Architecture and fine arts, which played a role in the way she thinks and sketches out her worlds, beginning with the fundamentals of architectural design. The process always brought back memories of countless overnights, conceptualizing, and drafting out perspectives. Her first published short story appeared in an anthology book, Elements of Dimension, in 2010. Two more e-short stories from the Expressions of Grace anthology collection was published via Twin Trinity Media. All stories placed third in writing contests. When she's not writing novels, short stories, or movie scripts, Farah spends her time focusing on her other career fields, mainly acting. Farah is also a professional book cover designer who dabbles in digital art, once in a while.