The Great Reset of 1834 and the Mud Flood

The Great Reset of 1834 and the Mud Flood

It is 1834, the sky suddenly turns dark and snow starts to fall down. The Tartarians are scared, they have never experienced snow before and wonder what is happening.
  • The sand begins to lift up from the ground and rain falls down, like a flood and mixes with the sand.
  • A wave of mud covers the entire earth, leaving more than half of all life forms dead.
In the meantime, a race of beings have taken over what is left of the great Empire of Tartaria and murder all who oppose them.
  • Bonnie is a shy girl living in an orphanage. She just turned 18 years old and must marry a man and produce children. This is her duty.
  • Malcom, her husband is a mean man, he wants to get her pregnant as soon as possibly, so that she can produce a Human, that is the goal. Humans need to mine the resources of the Earth for the Heaven Bearers and make them rich.
  • Bonnie, however soon realizes that she is no ordinary Tartarian girl and she is not prepared to further this sick goal of creating a race of slaves.
  • She decides to fight back and claim her birth right, but by doing so it will reveal who she really is and what she did, seventeen years earlier.
  • Can Bonnie save her people from extinction, can she stop the exploitation of the Humans?
  • A mystical fantasy that explains many unanswered questions with unbelievable parallels to the modern world.

Teaser: Food for Thought... Ever walk through your city center and wonder who built these magnificent buildings all around you?
  • Why are they so big?
  • Why are there windows that are partly buried in the ground?
  • Why are the doors so big?
  • What happened to the Tartarian Empire that appears on old world maps?
  • Was there really a mud flood that happened over a hundred years ago, that caused a reset of the earth?
  • This book will make you question everything and wonder who wrote our history.

KD: Whoever ends up reading this book, please leave a review.

Latest reviews

Wow what a story. I recommend any lost history lover read her take on what happened. Though she spins the tale as fiction it leaves one asking where did she get some of her ideas?

Leave no doubt she has written a love story of epic proportion's. The lead person is raised in a Foundling Home, forced to marry a powerful son of the , what I would call the devil, for breeding only, eventually falls in love with him.

Ms. Helene obviously saw or read information we have not access. I will take a closer look at the Phoenicians, the crack in the firmament and what are humans really.

One thought I gathered was the Tartarian and the Phoenicians lived during the same time line. There was an acknowledged off world council of review over many planets or realms?

Before the "fall" everyone spoke the same language and lived in modest harmony.

This book is only the first part of the story. I do not know when the sequel comes out but I would encourage buying the book to help ensure that it does.

Thank you