The future of the Earth was certain... destruction.
The certainty was 5 billion percent, more than any conceivable logic would or even could allow and every second that number grew, every second the Earth stood on the balance between peace and war. That war being total calamity via quantum implosion.
Thanks to a stray proton quantum tunneling from the 7.4 trillionth dimensional group into ours with an odds of about 2^63-1 the Earth was thrown off of the path of certain destruction.
The Earth defied its fate and survived its destruction. How did this proton save the Earth? Well. It sparked the birth of one extaordinary man.
It sparked the birth of Albert Einstein.
Using a complex pulley system he single handedly stopped the Earth from imploding and saved us all in the process.
The long awaited sequel to Kony 2018 set directly after the events of the book.
50 years before the events of Kony 2018 but in a Parallel Universe and still maintaining continuity, Jessica J. Kellen once again conspires to help Kony achieve his final goal of... well whatever it is he does
But on her destitute path she meets a familiar foe that has set out to stop Kony at all costs. Promising to destroy all that stands in their way.
Jessica J. Kellen must travel to the distant lands of America, a land wraught with chaos and warfare, ruled by the iron thumb of an oppresive dictator with a people more divided than ever before.
Can she avoid overt yet meaningless political commentary? Can she find the strength to overcome her plight? And most of all can she save Joseph Kony?
Find out in Kony 2020.