Twenty years ago, Jacob lost everything. Just as he was starting to figure out life as a college freshman,
his world was suddenly shattered when a devastating illness destroyed the world he once knew and
claimed the lives of everyone that mattered to him.
Jacob and the other survivors of the pandemic were transported to the Palace Program. Housed in
a quarantined modern facility, the Palace is a perfect community designed to protect them from the
sickness that wiped out ninety-five percent of the world population.
The Order, which has risen as the new ruling power, believes the desires of the old world were
responsible for its collapse. They appoint Sirus, the program director, to rehabilitate the survivors and
continue with the reproduction of mankind.
As the years go by and Jacob’s relationships in the Palace become more complex, he slowly begins
to see that the man-made utopian society is nothing close to a perfect tomorrow, but is instead an
New Kings of Tomorrow is a high intensity, self introspective journey through a dystopian world on the brink of a revival or implosion. This book is Handmaid’s Tale, Under the Dome, The Dark Tower, and The Maze Runner intertwined into one amazing work of fiction.
A self-professed outgoing pessimist, J.M. Clark is a word enthusiast, and an up-and-coming science fiction author in southern Ohio. J.M. studied English literature and writing at Northern Kentucky University. Now, a member of Cincinnati Fantasy-writers and Sci-fi and Fantasy-writers of America, J. M. indulges in his passion for writing and critiquing work in the realm of fantasy fiction. An avid reader, and transitional professional from lyricist to author, J.M. loves interacting with friends and other writers. He continues to deliver hesitantly optimistic advice, and produce work that keeps fans constantly wanting more.