Jedidiah Troyer only wants to be a simple farmer. He is a “plain man” with dreams of settling in a new Amish community on a new world. But New Pennsylvania has its own plans for Jed.
After nine years of hibernation, Jed wakes up in his new home on a new world, looking forward to starting his new life on this untouched landscape. But instead of finding a beautiful world, ripe for farming and working, he finds a land torn apart by warn and destruction. Dawn, a mysterious woman from his past races to get Jed to safety, as Transport—a corporation bent on total control of his new world—relentlessly seeks to prevent him from reaching his destination: the Amish Zone.
The War has raged for years and now the resistance, TRACE, may finally have the upper hand. As Jed’s new friends fight to keep him safe, he learns that he is much closer to the war than he could’ve possibly imagined.
His past is the key and his future is Pennsylvania.
The story is gripping and along with this great science fiction tale, Michael has provided readers with a glance into his own life, and allowing the reader to experience the Amish way of life first hand.
The Pennsylvania Omnibus combines all five parts of Michael’s Pennsylvania series into one beautifully formatted novel. One might say that this “model” has become the unofficial standard for Indie publishing, and Michael—not one to follow the crowd—has taken the omnibus to another level. Not only do you get a wonderful story, you get to admire the amazing art work of Ben Adams. Every “Knot”, or part, has received an original piece of art by Adams, created specifically for the Omnibus. Jason Gurley has designed a phenomenal cover for this Omnibus edition (as he has for the previous five parts) that is absolutely beautiful. David Gatewood, who has made a name for himself in the world of Indie Publishing, has done a great job editing and has been superbly formatted by Stewart Stonger.
Pennsylvania Omnibus launches April 29th so do yourself a favor, put a note on your fridge, mark your calendar and tie a string around your finger, because you do not want to miss the story!
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