Battle for Humanity
In this sequel to Tamechactee - Arrow Soul, the world as we know it has been
transformed by a sinister being known only as The Maker, and it is up to the
Freedom Army under the direction of Marcus Riehl to save Humanity from
imminent destruction. The Maker has done everything possible to weaken his
enemy, including trying to turn Marcus, the Tamechactee, against his own people.
Set in various parts of France including the central valley, the southeastern region near the foot of the Alps, and Normandy, Tamechactee - Battle for Humanity tells the story of the Humans' and their allies the Lycans' struggle for survival in the face of nearly unimaginable odds. Can they form a further alliance with another species of evolved Humans in order to overcome the seemingly invincible Maker?
Meanwhile, Marcus Riehl's relationship with his friends, including Valerie,
Colton, Nate, Ben and Daniel is tested repeatedly now that the Maker has had his
way. The profound strength of love and friendship along with the basic goodness
of true Humanity is explored and displayed in this highly inspirational story of
the fight to redeem that which is evil and free souls to reveal their true destiny.
Joseph M. Landing, Jr.
Joseph Murphy Landing, Jr. is seventeen years old and a senior at Wando High
School in Mt. Pleasant, South Carolina. He began his writing career at the age of thirteen, announcing to his parents that he was "starting his first novel." By the time Joseph was just fifteen years old, his novel, Tamechactee - Arrow Soul was published. His debut novel was well-received, garnering a five star review from Reader's Favorite, an online book service company. Tamechactee - Arrow Soul placed as a Finalist in Fiction/Fantasy in the 2012 USA Best Book Awards out of Los Angeles. Joseph has continued his writing with this current work, a sequel entitled Tamechactee - Battle for Humanity. This exciting conclusion to the Tamechactee series may be just the beginning for the author. His goals include studying screenplay writing and film directing in college, and
he has already started adapting the Tamechactee series for a movie screenplay. Many of the battle scenes, especially the hand-to-hand combat within the Tamechactee series reflect his experience in these areas. Joseph's new writing project is a non-fiction work entitled A Teenager's Guide to Political Perspectives. Find him on Facebook, Twitter, and his website, www.tamechactee.com.