Fall of the Ark

The Proteus Chronicles

by Jago Muir


Book Details

A Plunge into Oblivion

Come relive the last fateful days of the great space ark Proteus, as it hurtles toward disaster—a fiery crash onto the mountain peaks of a distant planet. A more immediate danger confronting the citizens of the ark is Kestler’s Syndrome, a strange neurological ailment that threatens to engulf the entire population. This disease spreads wildly and transforms its victims into savage black creatures, driven by ravenous hunger for flesh and blood. Meet Tropas and his comrades, valiantly battling for their lives against these Black Fiends, spawns of the pandemic, as their ship is drawn ever closer to an inevitable doom. Their struggle to survive will amaze and inspire you.


About the Author

Jago Muir

Jago Muir is a graduate of the University of North Texas, where he took a B.A. in English in the 1960s. He later did Master’s work at Lamar University in Beaumont, Texas. His study of linguistics and the English language earned him a place as a scholarly writer, publishing his work in the Lamar Journal of the Humanities. Muir is a lover of diversity with an extremely low threshold for boredom. He is a teacher, poet, musical composer, and singer. When he takes a break from writing, he enjoys playing folk guitar and bluegrass banjo, and regularly performing karaoke. He is also a private pilot, an amateur magician, a belted martial artist, a chess aficionado, and a fluent speaker of French and Mandarin. Muir currently lives in Liuzhou, China, where he teaches English as a foreign language. His wife, Xue Qing Wen, teaches philosophy and English at Laibin Vocational College.

Also by Jago Muir

Kestler's Bane
Libido:  The Hunger Season
Libido: Rise of the Ox
Libido: The Shattering
The Death Wall
A Glenby Harvest