John Mark McMillan - Between the Cracks

Epiphany is a post-apocalyptic story, written by Johno1995.


A plague of epic proportions spreads across the globe. The world collapses into chaos and this story follows the fractured lives of survivors who are in desperate need of a little hope.


Much like Adrien's breakdown for The New Nationals, Epiphany can be identified by three main themes.

The story's primary theme is faith. Characters with many different points-of-view are given clear definition on their own faith, and throughout the story, these characters will feel tested and question their beliefs. Faith, or lack thereof, can steer the cast in varying directions and act as the main driving force -- whether it be faith in a spiritual sense, or faith in themselves and each other.

Another theme is redemption. Flawed humans who have made mistakes, and continue doing so, seek internal resolution for these issues. These characters are broken spirits who attempt to reconstruct their souls into something good from the shattered pieces. Whether a character starts out with nothing to atone for or plenty, they will all go through events that leave them yearning for self-forgiveness. Some will succeed, others will fail.

The final main theme of Epiphany is family. In a world where the concept is a dying artifact, many of the story's major characters come to question that mindset. The definition of what a family consists of is questioned, as well as the relevancy of the family unit.


Epiphany will be separated into three books:

  • Revelation
  • Lamentations
  • Kings


A character portal page is located here.

Many characters are adaptations of characters featured in the author's previous story, Eden Rising.

Some of the previous work's major characters, however, are confirmed to not receive the remake treatment. These include:

Other major characters are still being considered to appear in some form, while some new characters will featured combined elements of two or more characters from the source material.

The PlagueEdit

For more information on the plague and its characteristics, click here.


  • The title of the story is a word that means two things: a manifestation of divine or supernatural being, as well as a moment of sudden revelation or insight.
  • This story is a rewrite of the author's previous story, the cancelled Eden Rising.

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