A nation has fallen only to give rise to another. Arena struggles to find peace until she can find her brother, who has fallen into the hands of Russian operatives in Cairo. America is no more, but the resilience of a new fellowship must endure the worst to come if they are to survive this war.
A new world order, headed by Russia's leader, spells doom for Israeli's rebellious refusal to join. The last ten sustainable nations are forced to unite in efforts to rise above an economic cataclysm. While conflict brews, an army of incomprehensible magnitude is being assembled to thwart the Jewish state. Though the fate of Israel is in peril, Arena's presence will be the key to its stand, but she must lead her friends through plagued cities and across the torturous desert to reach Jerusalem, the only safe place left.
The Ten gives us a small look into a tragic future that may be possible. In this thrilling installment of the Last Light Falling series, J.E. Plemons creates a world antonymous of the world we live in today, but eerily close to what it may become. The story continues with Arena fighting her way against evil to survive. While the world hovers in the hands of a menacing tyrant, something more sinister looms-Hell is coming.
Jay has a BS in Music business with emphasis in publishing and copyright law, an English degree that he never intended getting, and a music education degree to which he will forever embrace.
Jay spent a year studying for the LSAT, then decided to attend culinary school, hoping to become an aspiring chef in a five star restaurant, but didn't care for the fourteen hour days in a kitchen. So what did he do? Met his wife in college, got married, and after hearing the news of their first child, decided to skip the idea of attending law school. It was the best choice he ever made.
Jay spent his years in Nashville working in the music industry for companies like RCA, Sony, Zomba, and Dreamworks, all of which gave him a bitter taste in his mouth. Aside from working directly with many famous artists, his conclusion of the industry was a tainted cesspool of filth. From Austin, Texas to Nashville, Tennessee, Jay worked a small time in the film industry, as a PA, extra in a few films, and a various of other uninspiring, uneventful jobs. He dedicated his carpentry skills for a while creating custom fine furniture, manned a press for a print shop, was a studio musician, played drums for a few famous artists, taught high school band for a year, giving IT support for the Texas Legislature, and now an aspiring author. He has no claim to fame, nor does he want any.
Jay has been fortunate enough to experience many things in his life, some of which were humbling, others fulfilling, and because of that, he's grown to be patient and content. He's willing to struggle, fail, sacrifice, and fall before he learns to move on from those experiences. He's not afraid to die, but willing to live as long as he's able. Even though he'd like to see his kids grow old, Jay understands that every day is precious, yet uncertain. He live with the best intentions that everything is going to be okay until it isn't, and when that happens, He's free to just let go.