Zero-Gs Part I:
The Armor Eternal

Earth. We broke it. Fought over it, left it in ruins. All was lost.
Then they came. From the stars. The Messengers.
Saviors or a great deception?

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EARTH 2045

Following a devastating global economic collapse, civilization struggles on. Christians everywhere proclaimed the Meltdown to be the Great Tribulation, but instead of a rescuing rapture, “they” came on the scene to save us. The Messengers turned the lights back on, cleaned up the radiation, stopped the pandemics. But a handful of doubters suspect that these extraterrestrials might not be the benevolent benefactors they claim to be. Some even believe that they are a Great Deception: “And for this reason God will send them strong delusion, that they should believe the lie” (2nd Thess 2:11). Those who spoke out against the Messengers have mysteriously vanished. Earth’s foremost robotics scientist was one such believer and now he’s gone too. To his only son, he leaves behind two things. The first is a way to fight back, in the form of an armored exo-suit—possibly humanity’s last and only hope. The second is a hastily scrawled message…
“Son, they are stealing our gravity.”

“Power suits, aliens, giants, clones, secret underground bases, diminishing gravity… this is just a sampling of the thematic tapestry woven into the extraordinary saga of Zero-Gs…”

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Concept Art

The Novel's Unique Illustrated Insert

Zero-Gs (416 pages) contains a special 20-page illustrated center section with concept art for the characters, vehicles and armored suits described within it. Garret Philmore, the main character, is an avid journal keeper and sketch artist. Some of his favorite renditions are included as an added bonus...

Marcee Rae Philmore's Transport

In the world of Zero-Gs, the characters are ferried about the "AHS," or Automated Highway System, by self-driving vehicles. This concept for Marcee's "Black, 6-Person Transport" was not included in the novel's 20-page illustrated section...

The "Monsters" of Zero-Gs

Also not included in the novel are several monstrous creature concepts; one of which is shown here. "And they taught the mixing of species in order to provoke the Lord," states the Book of Jubilees. Oh, they're provoking Him alright. The characters in Zero-Gs must endure these terrors and survive their onslaught...

Darrin Geisinger

Marketing professional, illustrator and now author, Darrin brings his wide repertoire of talents together with stories that conjure the imagination and provoke introspection. A science fiction and conspiracy aficionado, Darrin takes his readers into a bizarre outer fringe and leaves them there wanting more. Saved by God’s merciful grace, Darrin lives with his family in the Ozark Mountains.



We think we'll rise to the challenge during a crisis, but would we really? Most talk a brave talk yet shrivel in the face of danger. How will the characters in Zero-Gs respond against overwhelming—no astronomical—odds? A "coming of age" story of epic proportion...


What does it mean to be human? What scientific or technological advancement will take us beyond our current form and into humanity 2.0? Could the Mark of the Beast be much more than just a chip? Adding unsanctioned animal and "alien" DNA is the beastly trigger about to damn our race...


As if losing our gravity was not enough, add to it an aggressive cancer quickly dwindling Earth's already struggling population, an intolerant society eager to evolve and do away with traditional religion (or those who practice it), and rumors persist of global war bubbling like a cauldron ready to blow...