The Eternity Prophecy by S.G. Basu is a Metaphysical Science-Fiction Winner

The Eternity Prophecy by S.G. Basu is a Metaphysical Science-Fiction Winner

The Eternity Prophecy by S.G. Basu is an amazing science fiction story with a lot of powerful moments. 


A Message from S.G. Basu

Hi. I’m S.G. Welcome, one and all, to my corner on KPReading. I hope you have a great time reading through my posts. A word of caution though – I sometimes use upwards PG-13 words. I also sometimes make mistakes with spelling and grammar. I’m only human, right? 

So, sit back, relax, and enjoy my eclectic (read always inspired but sometimes loopy) opinions. Characters from my stories will sometimes stop by as well. But I promise to keep them in check since they are known to stir trouble. 

More soon!



About the Eternity Prophecy

A story of love, lies, and twisted conspiracies set against a sprawling galactic backdrop. 

A truth-seeking oracle is murdered to keep an universe-shattering secret hidden. His findings, if revealed, could push the mighty Veloressian Empire to the brink of collapse.

Bryanna, a self-taught hacker, has nothing left to lose. Mako is a covert operative who will do anything to salvage his reputation. When they unwittingly stumble upon a massive coverup, they are quickly sucked into a maelstrom of conspiracies. They soon find themselves head-to-head in a race with the all-powerful Empire to uncover the true Eternity Prophecy. 

The Empire isn't about to take the intrusion lying down. It sends its most ruthless assassin to stop Bryanna and Mako before they can find out too much. Unknown to the Empire, the assassin has an agenda of his own.

The future of the Empire hangs in the balance. Whoever uncovers the true Eternity Prophecy holds the key to the Empire's fate. 

In this unputdownable tour de force, disparate lives--a young mother fleeing a horrific past, a covert operative trying to resuscitate his career, a self-taught hacker fixated on revenge, an assassin seeking redemption--crisscross and careen unwittingly toward a stunning conclusion.

A page turning suspense thriller with mystical elements, The Eternity Prophecy is an epic story masterfully told in an incisive style. This is must-read science fiction. Pick up a copy today!



An Interview with Steffen Pere by S.G. Basu

What is your idea of perfect happiness?

Spending a lifetime with my Fia. Growing old watching her live and laugh.   

What is your greatest fear?

Fear? You dare ask Master Assassin Steffen Pere about fear? Fear is for weaklings. And I'll show you its true meaning if you keep asking me senseless questions. 

On what occasion do you lie?

I do not. I kill, but I never lie.

What do you most dislike about your appearance?

What do you like about it? Do you like my mangled face, my gouged eyes, the metal scalp holding my brains in place? 

Don't be afraid, you can tell me how ugly I am. But be careful, don't let me see disgust in your eyes. The one thing I hate more than my appearance is people giving me that look I'm starting to see on your face.   

What do you consider your greatest achievement?

Ridding the world of those who took my Fia from me. The Empire called me a hero. They gave me medals and made me Master Assassin. But the real prize are my memories. I ripped those lowlifes apart . . . I can still feel their blood in my hands, I can smell their fear, and hear them scream. Ahh . . .   


Who is Steffen Pere?

Steffen Pere is a Master Assassin of the Imperial Special Ops. He has also been called Ghost Face and Metal Man. Little is known about him or his past, but legends say he was once a regular man with a wife and a daughter. Some say he killed them both, some say they ran away from him. About one thing everyone agrees--no one who sees Steffen's disfigured face lives long enough to talk about it. 

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