The Xerses Chronicles

“We are not here to mourn the past, we are here to build the future.”


In 2,351, Lutor: Prophet of the New Age, is born into an era of war and strife between the older form of humans, and the new.

With Queen Ariadne’s indispensable help, Lutor transforms the worlds in which they live.

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The Xerses Chronicles Trilogy is a Mythopoeic* Science Fiction series.

 Praise for Lutor: Prophet of the New Age

“The story just builds and builds.  If you wonder what the plot is similar to, for film you can think Dune, with a smattering of The Matrix.  In books, think of Childhood’s End by Arthur C. Clarke mixed with a little Shikasta by Doris Lessing.”  – R.J.R.

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“The deeper in to it, the better it gets.” – D.P.

“The work is thought-provoking, especially the further you delve into the book, and I really enjoyed it.” – E.T.

“Goodness, what an ambitious project and an enjoyable read.” – J.S.

“Enjoy the story with its eternal message; it will lift you Higher.” – S.B.

“Lutor: Prophet of the New Age” in paperback and Kindle – out now!

Volume One is available worldwide from your local Amazon here:

About the Trilogy

The series is a multilayered snapshot of a momentous event – the birth of a new humanThe Event species, and the arrival of its first prophet.

The Trilogy guides us through the period of friction and battles between the older humans named Hizzeys, and the newer divergent Hoosens, as an equilibrium is sought.

Volume I

Queen Ariadne in her mid thirties.

Queen Ariadne

Lutor the prophet arises in the late 24th century, to guide a later type of human towards the New Age of Enlightenment.

His teachings are on a higher level. Just as we do not follow the rules of apes, his prophethood offers a fresh start to the more advanced species.

His life story takes him through many twists and turns, triumphs and failures. He is full of compassion, fallible, and human in every sense of the word.

Lutor learns from his mistakes – and with assistance from The Highest Impulse, he and his progeny eventually bring stability to the jarring human races.

Lutor is closely aided by Queen Ariadne, Xerses II, who in Lutor’s later life, is his most staunch supporter.

Volume II

Bodekka is the basis for Part Two of the Trilogy. She is Lutor’s illegitimate daughter, introduced at the end of Volume I.

Her character is loosely based around the warrior queen, Queen Boudicca (formerly known as Boadicea) who died in approximately A.D. 60 – 61.

Though a firm leader, she brings care and compassion back into her world.

Volume III

Boas and Qila, Bodekka’s twin children, form Part Three of the Trilogy. They restore balance back to humanity, finally heralding the start of a new Golden Age.

The Xerses Chronicles – Lutor: Prophet of the New Age is available worldwide from your local Amazon here:

Please be aware that in order to convey the characters true to life, some language used in the excerpts, or the books may be graphic in nature.


Julian Hadlow

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*Mythopoeiais invented mythology that, rather than arising out of centuries of oral tradition, are penned over a short period of time by a single author or small group of collaborators.

As distinguished from fantasy worlds or fictional universes aimed at the evocation of detailed worlds with well-ordered histories, geographies, and laws of nature, mythopoeia aims at imitating and including real-world mythology, specifically created to bring mythology to modern readers, and/or to add credibility and literary depth to fictional worlds in fantasy or science fiction books and movies.

Mythopoeia are almost invariably created entirely by an individual. Wikipedia.

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