The Arkitect [NOOK Book]

Overview

For a solid century, the Arkitect has been overseeing the construction of the Ark, humanity's escape from a techno-ravaged world. She's too old to accompany the billion-fold survivors, of course, but she doesn't seem to mind. Is she an unreformed Earth-hugger? A Gaia-worshiper? Find out for yourself, in a not-too-short story that's dark, bitter, dry... and evil fun.

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The Arkitect

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Overview

For a solid century, the Arkitect has been overseeing the construction of the Ark, humanity's escape from a techno-ravaged world. She's too old to accompany the billion-fold survivors, of course, but she doesn't seem to mind. Is she an unreformed Earth-hugger? A Gaia-worshiper? Find out for yourself, in a not-too-short story that's dark, bitter, dry... and evil fun.

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Product Details

  • BN ID: 2940011277412
  • Publisher: Barry Burnett
  • Publication date: 4/19/2011
  • Sold by: Smashwords
  • Format: eBook
  • Sales rank: 598,213
  • File size: 76 KB

Meet the Author

--Well... happily married, three great kids, work half-time as a family doc, the world's very best day job. Which leaves me time to write (and, yes, exercise regularly, try to eat right, and wear sunscreen) the other 140+ hrs per week.
--Grew up in Detroit, dropped out, bronze foundry worker, art school, GED, slipped into a progressive college at Wayne State University, then med school at the same, escaped to Colorado, then UCLA Public Health, spouse lured me to her beloved NYC for three years, then back to this idyllic smudge of Eastern irony in the great literal West.
--I began writing professionally with the original “Zen of Science" column for Nexus, covering topics from sex to homeopathy, yoga, massage, meditation, acupuncture, social connectedness, and the psychology of cancer survival. A decade ago, I fell into fiction and have been addicted since. This led to the novels Resonance, Thrilling Romance, The Mortalist, a handful of short stories, and now, How To Live Forever. The last has been the best: I’ve been fascinated by aging and longevity since, well, forever—plus it was a boatload of fun to write.
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    Posted March 14, 2012

    Like a lesson for our

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