A Well Ordered Universe

A Well Ordered Universe

by Pierre Comtois



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A Well Ordered Universe by Pierre Comtois

In deep space, the Leap of Faith is on a one way journey to a newly discovered physical anomaly that some believe could be the hand of God still working the Creation.

Others, however, could care less and are determined to wreck the mission for their own reasons.

Meanwhile, co-commanders Diego Aragon and Fr. Azarias Boucher must overcome mutual suspicions and arguments over science and religion and unite to oversee a crew whose unseen fault lines could spell disaster for their mission.

Join them and the crew of the Leap of Faith as they struggle with questions of faith and their own human frailties while racing against time to find who among them is determined to destroy them all and end man's quest for the ultimate answers to life and death and Cosmic Purpose!

Product Details

ISBN-13: 9781682949290
Publisher: Desert Breeze Publishing, Incorporated
Publication date: 12/23/2016
Pages: 222
Product dimensions: 6.00(w) x 9.00(h) x 0.51(d)

About the Author

Pierre V. Comtois is a newspaper reporter writing from Lowell, MA who has been editing and publishing Fungi, the Magazine of Fantasy and Weird Fiction intermittently since 1984. Comtois' latest book Goat Mother and Others was released this year by Chaosium Fiction. Marvel Comics in the 1980s: An Issue by Issue Field Guide to a Pop Culture Phenomenon was published in 2015 by Twomorrows Pubs. Earlier volumes include Marvel Comics in the 1960s and 1970s. In addition, Comtois has contributed fiction to many other small press magazines over the years as well as e magazines such as Planetary Stories and Liberty Island Magazine. Comtois' fiction has also appeared in various magazines for Cryptic Publications and Rainfall Books as well as various anthologies. The author has also written a number of books including novels such as Strange Company and Sometimes a Warm Rain Falls; non-fiction such as Our Lives, Our Fortunes, Our Sacred Honor; and short story collections such as The Way the Future Was and The Portable Pierre V. Comtois. Comtois has also found the time to contribute non-fiction articles to such magazines as World War II, America's Civil War, Wild West, and Military History, many of which were collected in Real Heroes, Real Battles. Comtois has also contributed a personal recollection entitled "I Was a Teenaged Bibliophile" to River Muse: Stories of Lowell and the Merrimack Valley.

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