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Enemy of Existence

Enemy of Existence

4.57 out of 5 based on 7 customer ratings
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by Yuan Jur

“Nothing’s as it seems!”

Planet Earth finds itself in the sights of the Evercycle Council, creators of existence. The entire Superverse plunges toward cataclysmic war—and Earth holds the unlikely key to salvation.

The Council orders two Superverse wardens to Earth to recruit their newest apprentice. The wardens, Uniss and Dogg, arrive in Australia’s Outback in 1963—knowing only that this mysterious recruit is more than he seems and he’s currently incarnated as an Aussie lad named Ben Blochentackle.

Uniss and Dogg eventually convince Ben that they’re intercosmos wardens, fast-tracking the trio to the alien world Tora. There, they discover that failure to prevent a brewing conflict on Tora could unleash the looming Superverse war—and that Ben himself may be the only hope for survival of all existence.

Enemy of Existence begins the sweeping story of Ben Bloch and his crew of intercosmos allies. Together they must fight to ensure existence does not implode at the hands of a greater intelligence obsessed with only one objective: perfection.

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Book Information

Book Information

Edition Paperback
ISBN 978-1-987857-06-1
Book Size 6X9
Number of pages 330
Published Date 10-2015

Reviews (7)

7 reviews for Enemy of Existence

  1. 4 out of 5


    A sci-fi adventure that takes the reader to Australia in preparation for a galactic war. There were times when I was confused by some of the characters’ actions. But I went back and got caught up again so that I could understand what I’d missed the first time.

    Will there be other stories that follow? I have a feeling there should be, if only to answer the questions that remained after the last page.

    – Kate Vale, Author

  2. 4 out of 5


    Brimming with a fully dynamic set of characters and otherworldly energies, Enemy of Existence is the strong and inventive debut novel that introduces Juan Yur’s science-fiction space opera series Citadel 7 .

    Uniss and Dogg turn literary style on its head by greeting and then involving the reader in their story. Coming to Earth from the Superverse, they home in on 1960s outback Australia to seek out and commandeer the help of young Ben Blochentackle.

    Uniss and Dogg engage and prepare Ben for the realities of the Superverse until he is able to digest the psychological and physical demands of the looming war. At the same time, Uniss and Dogg must find a way to satisfy the coercing unit of the Evercycle council, who are the creators of existence.

    Ben’s human life changes forever when he joins Uniss and Dogg, right when he’s about to disclose his feelings towards his lady friend. Dogg’s painful timing in bringing Ben out to the Superverse is made worse when both Uniss and Dogg come to realize that Ben might not be who they thought he was. The reader finishes Enemy of Existence deeply satisfied but simultaneously left with many questions about what the future holds for the characters.

    Yuan Jur utilizes his skillful craft of writing as he uses different perspectives throughout the book to open up various characters and their environments to the reader’s viewpoint. This particular development in Yuan Jur’s writing provides the reader with a well-rounded insight into the Superverse. The author is no stranger to breaking conventional norms with his quirky, unique writing style that will captivate readers.

    Enemy of Existence breaks new ground in the science-fiction universe as readers are required to actively participate in unraveling the novel’s plot.

    – Chanticleer Editorial Book Reviews

  3. 5 out of 5


    This is a fantastic book filled with strong, individual and distinctive characters. There are fresh, detailed locations, and an interesting, gripping story line. Enemy of Existence has it all!

    – Pearl Meaker, Author

  4. 5 out of 5


    I don’t normally read science fiction, but I loved this book! It starts off a bit slow, but it’s well worth the wait! I recommend to any science fiction fan or any reader looking to stretch their horizons!

    – Lauren, Goodreads Reviewer

  5. 5 out of 5


    This is an engaging blend of sci-fi and fantasy. After a slow start, (it’s worth the time), the action ramps up becoming an exciting and compelling adventure. Yuan Jur has written vivid characters and developed a gripping and unique plot. A great read.

    – Jeannette Hubbard, Author

  6. 5 out of 5


    The best sci-fi book I have had the pleasure to have in my collection in a long time. Very deep character development and story.

    – Ralph Manis, Goodreads Reviewer

  7. 4 out of 5


    This science fiction adventure is unlike anything I have ever read and I found it to be both exciting and compelling. Thank you for introducing me to a dynamic new world!

    – Lisa-Scarlett Cruji, Goodreads Reviewer

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