Due to a freakish anomaly that takes place in the far reaches of
space, astronaut Rory Colt ends up back on Earth five hundred years
into the future.
But the world as he knew it no longer exists. In its
place are two dissimilar civilizations. In one society a cyber world
of self-gratification provides its occupants with electromechanical
enhancements, while the other is comprised of people who emulate life
as it was lived in the nineteenth century.
When a beautiful woman hybrid lures Rory into her futuristic world, he soon discovers they
are being manipulated by an omniscient, electronic immortal who has
ensnared them into a terrifying web of betrayal and deceit. To free
the new world from the monster's clutches, he must destroy him.
But how does one destroy a creature who lives in cyberspace?
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About the Author
As a young boy, I was fascinated with the unknown, the mysterious, and also the unworldly. Ever since I can remember, I enjoyed reading books about archeology. To be the first to enter a crypt, or a tomb that no one had set foot in for three thousand years held a fascination for me. I always wondered what it would be like to encounter an intelligent being from another world. What secrets could he tell? What mysteries could he solve? Such is my imagination, such is my passion. Since I've never had an opportunity to experience any of those things, I dreamt a lot. The most logical step was to write, but that took years in the making. I soon discovered that in order to hold a reader's interest, a book had to be more than just a good story. Finally, I managed to write on my own. To date, all thirteen of my novels contain quest plots. My characters are always searching for "something." They also manage to get themselves into a lot of trouble before they find what they're looking for. What they find isn't nearly as important as the change that occurs within them during the quest. My grandparents were Russian. During the Bolshevik Revolution they fled to China, where my mother was born. I came to America from France at the age of twelve and immediately traded in my French-version of Lederhosen for a pair of jeans. After earning B.A. and M.A. degrees, I wore a number of different career hats, but none of them ever stirred my soul—until I took up writing.