Fronters: Gaining the Flow

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An exploration of inner darkness and the discovery of a new existence.

Imagine a future in which mankind's greatest goal is to explore the unknown depths of creation. An age when science and entertainment merge within the individual, seeking an understanding of the soul. A nation that directs its capital and resources towards a radical form of learning, using technology to penetrate the internal mind.

April 24, 2041. The date in which "mind ...

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Overview

An exploration of inner darkness and the discovery of a new existence.

Imagine a future in which mankind's greatest goal is to explore the unknown depths of creation. An age when science and entertainment merge within the individual, seeking an understanding of the soul. A nation that directs its capital and resources towards a radical form of learning, using technology to penetrate the internal mind.

April 24, 2041. The date in which "mind travel" is introduced to the masses. Enter the mind of Zack Godfrey, a 15-year old eccentric who holds within his character a lifetimes of repressed wisdom. As man-made innovation invades these irrational feelings, the masses begin to experience his thoughts from their own living rooms. They are opened to memories of a crude but natural existence, as he relives the day that brought him towards enlightenment. His character reaches into collective consciousness, realizing a deep understanding of past life and higher self, empowering him to perceive ancient patterns of history, advanced scientific virtue, and rigid doctrine of worship. Ultimately, fragments of a universal language, "flow", are spread through human awareness. These dominant insights will grant passage to the Fronter, an evolved life form, but at a substantial price to human life.

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Product Details

  • ISBN-13: 9780595148837
  • Publisher: iUniverse, Incorporated
  • Publication date: 10/18/2000
  • Pages: 384
  • Product dimensions: 6.00 (w) x 9.00 (h) x 0.85 (d)

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  • Anonymous

    Posted December 4, 2000

    Fronters: Gaining the Flow

    If you are looking for a book to read that has a story unlike many others then this would suit you well. I was interested in this book as I heard about it through the college that I attend and was very happy to hear that someone was writing material in which answers for our existance are being sought. Although this book is fiction it is very readable and I could grasp the concepts behind the story. I would recommend that you pick up this book if you are interested in reading something different and new!!

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  • Anonymous

    Posted November 29, 2000

    Fronters: Gaining the Flow

    This book was fascinating and a very different read. I have not seen anything as insightful since the Celestian Prophecy. Although this book is much more new age than suspense it draws the reader into a remarkable world of a young boys misery only to release the reader at the end. It is a very insightful view into the future of mankind and is a recommended read for anyone that wants to think of the reasons that we are meant to overcome our demons.

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