Transdimensional Bluesby Raymond M. Coulombe
Jake Stonewall's life is in constant danger as he is pulled through parallel worlds, with little warning, and with almost no control. He is aided by the teachings of an enigmatic martial arts master. Through many trials and adventures, he learns about the true nature of reality and his place in it.
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Here's a swashbuckling action-packed adventure novel sure to delight science fiction and martial arts fans of all ages. Raymond M. Coulombe has combined his knowledge of quantum physics and eastern philosophy to create an original but credible multiverse. His hero, Jake Stonewall, is a memorable character who exhibits the innocence and wisdom of Huckleberry Finn. Jake's Sensei taught him to perceive the infinite realities imbedded in the matrix of the multiverse. He has also shown him that it is possible to visit other dimensions. Before Jake has learned to control transdimensional travel, though, he is swept away by unknown forces, deposited randomly in ever stranger realities. He struggles to survive as each new reality presents even more deadly adversaries. He must fight for his life while simultaneously learning to 'drive' and attempting to understand the strange forces at work in the multiverse. He learns that the matrix is in trouble and that 'all roads lead through chaos.' Furthermore, he finds that the burden of returning balance and peace to the multiverse has fallen on his shoulders. He also finds love, and discovers that love is the strongest force of all. Transdimensional Blues is a quick, entertaining read reminiscent of Heinlein's Glory Road. Mr. Coulombe is an emerging talent with a bright future in the genre.
From the very begining to end Transdimensional Blues takes you on a roller coaster ride. I love unique ideas and this is the most unique story that I have come across. I hope we will be able to read more stories about Jake Stonewall.