As the second world war draws to its conclusion Hitler's scientists discover time travel. Hitler hatches a plan to rule the future by changing the past. The Thousand Year Reich is born. In the twenty first century, the world is at war. New, horrible diseases are rampant. Amidst the madness a man is trying to cure the modern plagues. He inadvertently discovers a portal to a new world. His plan is to take as many people as he can through the portal to escape the iron fisted rule of the new Nazi regime, and, hopefully, save the seed of human kind. The modern reich does not allow escape. The first two books of Blasphemer, the Time Conspiracy and the Heretic are combined into one volume. Included in this volume are the diagrams, maps, and the wildlife journal of the main character, Emo, which chronicle the first five years of the lives of the new tribe of man, their travels, and discoveries on their new home planet, Terra Two.
Everett gives an overview of the book:
Dolores, who still clung tightly to my arm, made little
hesitating, shuffling sidesteps, staying with me as I advanced
toward the device. I pushed her back toward the workbench and
motioned that she should stay there. Her wide-eyed look of fear
moved furtively from me to the machine and then back to me. I
gave her a reassuring nod, and then returned my attention to the
machine that I could not see, but knew should be there,
somewhere. I reached out my right hand toward the center of the
glowing blue mass of energy as I approached. Blue lightning
flew from the sphere and engulfed my hand in a glove like web
of energy. Instinctively I jerked my hand away, leaping backward
as I did, and stumbling over poor Dolores as I leapt. Dolores fell
backward because I had landed with my foot standing on her
foot, and I barely caught her before her head would have struck
the roughly cut workbench. I knew that if this was plain old,
garden-variety house electricity my hand would be burnt and
really hurting right now, but it wasn’t. In fact, it was cold. We
stood looking at each other, dumbfounded, for a long moment.
Suddenly, I could no longer stand the tension. I looked at her
with a wild mad scientist expression on my face, hunched my
back and wildly wrung my hands, knitted my eyebrows
maniacally then reached to the sky with both hands like someone
healed at a revival and shouted, “it’s aliiive!” followed by
maniacal laughter and more insane hand wringing. Dolores
looked at me in stunned silence as if I were indeed totally insane.
In another moment the joke grenade went off and she got it. We
both broke into raucous laughter.