Three people are in charge of Genesis I or the Ark: Colonel
Kaleb Titan, Captain Melissa Deluzia and a biologist,
Jessica. They are travelling to Terra II with every species
of animal from Earth. Once the trio arrive they are
responsible for delivering the animals to various diverse
sites on Terra II. Their sister ship, Genesis II arrives in
a matter of weeks with two thousand people to begin
colonizing the beautiful virgin planet.
Kaleb has managed to abstain from sexual interaction with
Melissa and Jessica during the eight month voyage unaware
that the women have routinely pleasured each other, wishing
that Kaleb would join them.
Closing in on Terra II the Ark is forced to go through an
unknown cloud minutes after Kaleb is bitten by a wolf in one
of the holding pens. He quickly figures out that something
is very different about him. Kaleb has been altered; his
DNA now shows mutated human/wolf DNA. Then, for some
unknown reason, Genesis II arrives much too soon. Before
Kaleb can explain to the other shipís captain about his
altered genetics his new, stronger senses tell him that
something is not right with the other command crew members.
Something is off. What should be a simple, straightforward
colonization is turning into chaos. Something is
desperately wrong, but Kaleb, Melissa, and Jessica are on
their own to save thousands of lives, human and animal,
before itís too late and they are all condemned to death.
Prepare yourself for dark and dangerous twists and turns as
well as powerful primal loving in Last Flight of the
Ark. The main characters are intriguing in the way
they handle all the problems, in particular the DNA
mutation. Kaleb is a tormented hero whereas the women are
feisty. Last Flight of the Ark takes
unexpected avenues in the telling of this sometimes
unnerving tale of human strength and grit. Take the time to
check out Last Flight of the Ark, itís a hot
and chilling original.