“Asteroid Watch can confirm reports that the Thomas Greanias fantasy adventure series “Doomsday Angel” will reach Earth around Christmas 2022.” — NASA
New York Times bestselling author Thomas Greanias is wishing readers a Merry Christmas by announcing that his next book project will be his debut fantasy adventure novel Doomsday Angel, which takes flight Christmas 2022. In the meantime, the prequel Prelude to Doomsday Angel will arrive next Christmas 2021 and is available for only 99 cents if you pre-order now on Amazon.
Doomsday Angel is a magical contemporary fantasy that takes readers into a mystical world of fallen angels, supernatural battles , ancient prophecies and the end the world.
The plot is under wraps until next Christmas. But author Thomas Greanias says his adventure follows Gemma Sayles, a 25-year-old assistant curator at the Met in New York City who discovers she’s at the center of an eons-old war of angels.
Readers too, as it appears the storyworld of Doomsday Angel has been secretly unfolding across the Dark Web for years now.
“Two years seems like a long time to wait for a book release,” Greanias said. “But there is a whole new disruptive dimension to this series that will be revealed. Even before today’s announcement, the Internet has been seeded with Easter eggs from characters and organizations in the story for at least the past two years, in some cases longer. There’s a lot here that will be unwrapped and unpacked for years to come.”
More revelations will be forthcoming in the weeks and months ahead, all leading up to the Prelude next Christmas. Subscribers to The Official Thomas Greanias Newsletter will be first to know and first to see exclusive art, excerpts and special offers.
Thomas Greanias is the New York Times bestselling author of Raising Atlantis trilogy, Gods of Rome, Red Glare and other adventures for the ages. A graduate of Northwestern University, he honed his creative writing skills as part of its honors fiction writing program before starting out in the hard-hitting world of journalism and later turning to writing political thrillers. Doomsday Angel is a return to form.