Anna Maria: A Paranormal Science Fiction Mystery

Anna Maria: A Paranormal Science Fiction Mystery

by Roland Michel Tremblay
Anna Maria: A Paranormal Science Fiction Mystery

Anna Maria: A Paranormal Science Fiction Mystery

by Roland Michel Tremblay



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Anna Maria: A Paranormal Science Fiction Mystery

Living in a thatched roof cottage in Richmond Park in West London, clairvoyant Anna Maria investigates unexplained phenomena and mysteries with her neighbour the Duke of Connaught. As their relationship evolves, they experience parallel universes, time travel, precognition, déjà vu, ghosts, and space exploration.

In God lives in Chiswick, Anna Maria and the Duke of Connaught meet Ms Barnsworth, a mentally ill patient who claims she's from another universe in which she is sent to a space station around Saturn. She is also apparently capable of creating human beings out of the vacuum of space.

In The Marginals, our heroes meet two scientists who are studying statistical probabilities, predictions of the future and people's behaviours. When they meet, they realise that they are a perfect match, but don't dare admit to it in order to avoid being the victim of this predestination.

In Psi-Star we find out about how Anna Maria at 18 learned to cope with being the most psychic woman alive whilst developing quantum computers in Victoria.

In Déjà Vu they get to fear a Professor from Oxford capable of changing reality at will.

In Dead Girl's Song, we meet a special ghost from York in quest for the key to the city.

In Righteous Citizens of Sidmouth, our characters have to fight against a small group of people who denounce online inhabitants who do not conform to their beliefs.

In London's Library from the Future, it is not easy to distinguish the reality from what books from the future are describing. Should they destroy the career of the Prime Minister or not?

In The Uncertainty of King George Varney, the existence of some of our descendants is due to a temporal paradox, and the survival of humanity after two world wars depends on Anna Maria finishing the work she started years ago.

In The Box on the Seven Dials, the Duke of Connaught experiences for himself what mind powers can do to his own personal existence.

In The Richmond Park Experiment, we find out about other scale universes.

Finally, in Bibliotheca Alexandrina in El Cerro Del Pueblo, they investigate interdimensional worlds.

Product Details

BN ID: 2940186744801
Publisher: The Marginal
Publication date: 12/20/2022
Sold by: Barnes & Noble
Format: eBook
File size: 957 KB

About the Author

Roland Michel Tremblay was born in Québec City in 1972, and is a published author of novels, philosophy, essays, poetry and journals, both in France and in the United Kingdom. He has a College Diploma in Human Sciences from the Cégep of Jonquière in Québec, a Bachelor of Arts degree, Specialisation Lettres Françaises, from the University of Ottawa in Ontario, and a Master of Arts degree in Romance Languages and Literatures (French) from the University of London, Birkbeck College, UK. As a career he produced international conferences, and worked as a Clerk in a Crown Court in London. He now lives and writes in an old cottage deep in the heart of the Welsh countryside.
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