Author: Stuart Land
Genre: Science Fiction
Number of Pages: 358
Summary: Doctor Sam Enright and his geneticist wife, Dorinda, face turmoil in their small town when a dozen adolescent girls show up pregnant at Sam’s office—and they’re all virgins. When their own daughter falls victim to the same fate, the Enrights rush to Homeland Security for answers. As the questions multiply, they realize they are at the vanguard of a worldwide epidemic, and the mystery deepens. As events escalate, a disparate group of international doctors, scientists, and mothers-to-be are brought together at Dorinda’s genetics lab in Middle America. They race to find the cause and meaning of the mysterious pregnancies, but every discovery reveals a new, worse scenario, leaving humanity's very existence in question.
Epiphany is a thought-provoking novel that fascinates readers with it's intriguing plot and vast array of characters.
When eleven and twelve year old girls mysteriously begin showing up pregnant around the world, Doctors Sam and Dorinda Enright, along with a team of scientists, FBI, and military personnel set out to find the root cause of this enigma. However, the more they delve into the pregnancies, the more puzzling the situation becomes. One thing they are certain of is the end of civilization looms in the shadows. Will they uncover the truth before it's too late?
Epiphany is fast-paced and full of energy from beginning to end. The author seamlessly intertwines the lives of people from many walks of life, who come together to achieve a common goal. He also exhibits his knowledge and ingenuity by effectively creating a believable world readers are drawn to. Just when you think you have the mystery solved, another baffling discovery is made sending you right back into the unknown.
I recommend picking up a copy of Epiphany. Available on Amazon.
You can find out more about Stuart Land and his book by reading my interview with him.