by Andy Lloyd
Timeless Voyager Press, 2009
'Ezekiel One' is my debut 'Dark Star' novel. I've often wondered what the Anunnaki, or Nephilim, would do if they were still living among us on Earth. Would they seek power? Would they want to return to Nibiru? Would they want their fellow Anunnaki to return to Earth? How would we humans, now the dominant species on the planet, react to the discovery of the living gods among us, or to the discovery of the Dark Star?
These questions are not easily answered, but create the context for lively speculation. I have chosen to pursue that speculation in the form of fiction. 'Ezekiel One' is a fast-moving psychological thriller. It traces the attempt by a London newspaper journalist to uncover a huge NASA conspiracy. He is up against dark, unseen forces which move in the shadows around him. The action comes to a head in the latter months of 2012, when there is civil unrest and angst generated by the impending End of the Mayan Age.
'Ezekiel One' is a science fiction conspiracy thriller full of political intrigue and hard-headed action. Parts of the story have already come true, particularly regarding the takeover of the London Evening Standard by Alexander Lebedev.
This bizarre coincidence has been reported in local and national papers in England. You can read several excerpts from the book here:
'Ezekiel One' proves prophetic
You can read a further excerpt from the book here:
Skyfall and the Dark Star novels
The book is the first in a Dark Star Trilogy of novels. Its sequel, 'The Followers of Horus', explores the Anunnaki's clandestine plan to return to the Dark Star system. It describes the desperate plight of the humans who get in the way of the Gods as they once again attain power over Men.
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"Andy has now put his knowledge and insights to work creating very readable
fiction that I have to say, after reading his first book, "Ezekiel One", comes
very close to a very possible truth... that some may find too close for comfort.
And yes, he has had some "interest from Hollywood" already and he is just now
about to publish his second book in the proposed trilogy, called "The Followers
of Horus". Needless to say, I will be first in line to read it when it is
Kerry Lynn Cassidy, Project Camelot
"To describe "Ezekiel One" simply as a thriller doesn't really do it the justice it deserves. Ostensibly we are taken on a journey of discovery, to unravel what appears to be an ever-deepening conspiracy; however, the search for the truth soon becomes clouded by the paranoid fears (or are they?) of Bill Bainbridge, a restaurant critic who finds himself in the role of investigative-journalist as we are propelled into this coruscating and intelligent story. On one level, the novel's complex plot twists and turns in gut-wrenching directions, with a casual attention to detail, its fast-pace and natural dialogue reflects the depth and intensity of its main characters. On another level, this journey may be more important that its destination, as Lloyd uses this seemingly fictional account to bring his Planet-X ideas to a wider audience; which he achieves in a fascinating and thought-provoking way." Paul Wood, Gloucestershire
"This first novel by Andy Lloyd is a brilliant opening into the genre of World shattering conspiracy thrillers. He take the ideas from his Non - fiction theories and develops them into a well paced thriller, which twists and turns through revelation after revelation, pulling the reader deeper into the plot. The last three chapters take it to a level that is unexpected and the book is 'un-put-downable' at this point. A great deal of research has obviously gone into the book. The science is explained in layman's terms and easily followed. Just to hint at what this novel explores.. A New Hidden planet, an Ancient Mayan calendar, a secret world government, hidden spacecraft and enough action and puzzle solving to put him into the same category as Dan Brown. This is the first of a trilogy and I can't wait for the next instalment. Buy it." Simon Faulkner, Worcestershire
"This book felt to me like the first fifteen minutes of a major movie. Build up the characters while slowing revealing the plot that of course leaves one hanging wondering what happens next to a whole new set of characters at the end. To me Ezekiel One is the prelude to a much bigger story, hopefully I will be right when Andy Lloyd completes the sequel. That being said, I completely enjoyed this book mostly due to my interest in the Anunnaki or the Nephilim of Sumeria, which Andy has written about on his website and his first book, The Dark Star. Ezekiel One, in my opinion, is his attempt to bridge a gap between Myth and a possible truth. Ezekiel One in my opinion is for those readers who enjoy Zecharia Sitchin's books or who has followed Andy's website as I have. I think that Andy has written his book in such a way that a reader could enjoy a good book without any knowledge of our mysterious past. I will be waiting patiently for the sequel. I would purchase any book that Andy Lloyd writes." Gene Metz
"I thoroughly enjoyed reading this book - it's a fast-paced detective thriller, and I got through it in a couple of days. My partner recommended it to me, as he's a big fan of the author's first, fact-based book about the possibility of life on other planets (Dark Star). I'm more of a fiction lover, so Ezekiel One was much more my kind of thing. The story kicks off straight away, and makes it easy for anyone to get into - it's a real page-turner. And it contains enough snippets about NASA and conspiracy theories to make you want to read Dark Star. The descriptive language and the locations really set a dark scene - quite Da Vinci Code-esque. I hope he does a sequel! Definitely recommended for anyone who loves getting lost in a good story." Caz Halford, Cheshire