by Scott D. Russell
About the Book
Prophet’s End is a compelling story which brings together characters that you will love and admire. Russell writes with wit and the passion of a romantic, creating a resonant work that will have you more fully appreciating the courageous heroes that surround us every day. Most of all, it presents us with two powerful gifts that many of us can use on an ongoing basis: inspiration and hope.
-Matthew J. Goldberg, author of Hot Ice Cream: Inspiring Life Lessons from Our Children
A great imaginative story with characters I really cared about. I finished this book with a lump in my throat, I love it. I absolutely love it. Prophet’s End has tremendous imagination, tremendous heart and a story that really resonates.
-Bill Hall, author of McCallandia
Prophet’s End is a tale for our times, bringing together two individuals with unusual powers, a young man who has the gift of seeing into the future, and the young woman who inhabited his dreams and holds his heart from the age of 6 years. That young woman has a power of her own, to take the world and all that it brings with an unbridled optimism. Mr. Russell’s story has the heart of a modern day Chasidic tale, with a magical ending.
-Dr. Sandra Price, JD, PhD, School of Community Resources and Development, Arizona State University
Billy Farrell is a typical 1950s New York City kid. He loves the Brooklyn Dodgers and egg creams from the soda shop. He’s an okay student. Then one day Billy begins having strange dreams—dreams that are anything but typical.
Prophet’s End is a tale of hope and faith, even from the rubble of despair; a magical story which demonstrates that we cannot change what will be, let alone alter the here and now. Yet even against the odds, Billy’s story offers hope for a better future, shining like a beacon just beyond the present.
About the Author
Scott D. Russell was born in the Bronx in the year 1945. He resides in North Attleboro, Massachusetts, with Peggy, his bride of 32 years, and their assorted felines. Scott is the author of Joey, a biography of Joey Giardello, a hero of his as well as the former middleweight champion of the world. Scott was a huge fan of the Brooklyn Dodgers in his youth and served as Bill “Spaceman” Lee’s personal statistician during his successful playing career for both the Red Sox and Montreal Expos.
The author is of the belief that civil discourse is imperative if we are to survive as a society. At seventy-one years of age, he remains steadfast that there is hope for mankind.