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By Rod Pennington Jeffery A. Martin | Comments: ( 374 ) | Date: ( Aug 21, 2019 )

1 KINDLE BESTSELLER in Metaphysical Visionary Be careful what you wish for A year earlier, with the help of enigmatic industrialist Michael Walker, all of Penelope Drayton Spence s dreams had come true Now, as one of the country s top journalists, she has discovered what she thought would make her happy was only making her busy After months of avoiding her, M 1 KINDLE BESTSELLER in Metaphysical Visionary Be careful what you wish for A year earlier, with the help of enigmatic industrialist Michael Walker, all of Penelope Drayton Spence s dreams had come true Now, as one of the country s top journalists, she has discovered what she thought would make her happy was only making her busy After months of avoiding her, Michael Walker burst back into her life with an outlandish plan to launch his controversial Hermes satellite into space But she soon learns someone just as resourceful and well financed is willing to go to any lengths to stop the launch After the Hermes Project s facility in Jackson Hole is attacked, Penelope gets a ringside seat as two of the world s most powerful men go toe to toe in a battle of wills that could change the course of humanity FROM THE PUBLISHER The first book in this series, The Fourth Awakening focused on the science and history of the previous awakenings The Gathering Darkness explores what all this means on a personal level Penelope, like so many before her, has started down the path toward enlightenment but has lost her way Throughout this fast paced thriller are gentle clues and suggestions that readers can use to advance their personal growth By presenting this science in a Joseph Campbell myth format, the authors are striving to capture the timeless around the campfire storytelling that will resonate on multiple levels.


  • Title: The Gathering Darkness
  • Author: Rod Pennington Jeffery A. Martin
  • ISBN: null
  • Page: 351
  • Format: Kindle Edition

About Author:

Rod Pennington Jeffery A. Martin

14 straight 1 Kindle Niche BestsellersFeatured on the HomepageIn early 2015 the TV Film Rights to both his dark comedy Family series and The Fourth Awakening series were optioned by Hollywood Rod was hired to write the TV pilot for both of the series.



Comments The Gathering Darkness

  • Joan

    A Good Extension of the Fourth Awakening, Part II wrote a review on The Fourth Awakening, Part 1, indicating that was a good book; it included much metaphysical material in the manner of the “Law of Attraction” and I have been a practitioner of metaphysics since 1960. This book continued with metaphysics, but extending it more in how to release pent-up negative emotion so that one attracts the best in any situation. In this case it was not Michael in long dialogues explaining to Penelope, bu [...]


  • Helen White

    There is so much more to this fictional series than the very skilful 'fiction' it presents fact it is so obvious to anyone already on the awakening track that these books have been created to attract even more people to the very tangible material they introduce, which amounts to a whole 'new' and life-altering perspective of reality. For anyone already well advanced on that journey, they serve as a series of reminders and workshops on how this stuff 'works' in real-life challenges and situations [...]


  • Ed

    "The Gathering Darkness" picks up about a year after "The Fourth Awakening" book ends. It spends a bit too much time talking about how the romance between reporter Penelope Spence and "awakened" billionaire genius Michael Walker never really developed, to Penelope's chagrin. Its main theme, however, on how Michael's plan to launch a Hermes Project satellite is being constantly thwarted by an Evil Russian Billionaire™, is fairly engrossing. The ensuing battle of wills is somewhat like a strange [...]


  • Kat Fieler

    Amazing read! The premises had me skeptical at first, but the story turned out to be believable and something I easily lost myself in. This story picked up where book one left off, and I thought book one was seriously complete. I couldn't imagine what else there could be to the story! I was wrong. Rod Pennington did an amazing job of producing two books that stand on their own, but expand into another story if you read them both. Brilliant! My worst problem was that I missed doing a lot of chore [...]


  • Drew Allen

    This is the sequel to The Fourth Awakening.A year after Penelope Drayton Spence wrote the story about the Hermes Project, Michael Walker, director of the project, comes back into her life. Michael is planning to launch a satellite with Hermes technology, but someone is trying to prevent that.This is a good thriller, but is a bit slower paced than the Fourth Awakening. Part of the reason is that it does a bit more preaching.


  • Carol

    my biggest problem here?.I'm ready to read the next book! I'm hoping to learn more about Penelope and how she will affect Michael in his next step to help the world with the fourth awakening. Will they be able to help keep people safe when it may be to the political world better to hold people back? Will we get to see the world as it awakens? Will the author take us that far? This was a good lead up to something great, I can just about feel it!


  • Lynn Demsky

    This was a totally disappointing story, worse than the first one in the series! Again a bunch of self help type stuff in bedded in a fiction book, took me 2 1/2 days to wade through it, not very believable and kept falling asleep through it! Super ugh and was NOT worth the .99 I wasted on it! I will read more of his Charon Family Adventures but NO more of these!


  • Meredith

    The Gathering Darkness picks up the story of the first book perfectly. The story keeps moving well and multiple sidelines keep your interest piqued. Characters from the first book are back to their old ways, but new introductions progress the story and help the old characters to grow and develop. Overall, easy read, engaging, and interesting.


  • Bookish Enchantment

    The story is a little lame. Certainly the book is not a sit on the edge of your seat thriller. It is not all negative though. The author has entwined some important messages in the book that every person can benefit from and that really work.


  • Jo

    EnlighteningThere is a very important message in the stories in this series. They made me think and work on attitude adjustment. The stories ,themselves, are highly entertaining.


  • Marsha Wilcox

    I love this book. It continues the story in The Fourth Awakening and illustrates the unsatisfying low level uses/abuses of the next spiritual step. I want to continue to follow this saga.


  • Linda

    The power of positive thinking helps win all!


  • Darcy Bellows-Mascorro

    This is a continuation of the fourth awakening I enjoyed the twists and turns. I can say I am hooked on the series.


  • Jean

    Really interesting read, especially after reading the Fourth Awakening.


  • Deborah

    .I got to read this early, and absolutely loved this follow-up to THE FOURTH AWAKENING. What an awesome and intriguing book. I hope that there will be more!


  • Stephanie Fletcher

    AS the first book this one continues with the intrigue and suspense but a little disappointed with the ending. I will still read the nest installment and hope it explains why we are left hanging!!


  • Wayne E Hatfield

    AddictiveWell written. Exciting, suspenseful and entertaining throughout. Difficult to put down. Recommended reading. Better read over a weekend, time permitting.


  • Linda

    Not enough New Age Fourth Awakening and too much women's romance novel for my taste. Fast paced with many twists but shallow. Needs some editing for typos and grammar.


  • Nick

    Enjoyable and worth reading if you've read The Fourth Awakening, but not nearly as good. The "twists" of Michael Walker's foresight and Plan Bs get a little wearing after a while.


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