A fictional story of adversity and survival in a hyper environment, perpetually playing to our insatiable curiosity and sense of adventurism: Appealing to adults, both young and more mature alike.
Spanning from known limits of smallness to that of Multiverse vastness, Glynn is thrust into an epic journey of profundity. Operating at the smallest of known physical limits, his hyper-advanced antagonists have a significant task for him to perform?
Harnessing the ability to synthesise and construct all types of subatomic wave particles; they can assemble any atom, element, compound, molecule, material and structure. Even so, only complex biology, tempered with life's experiences, is thought to be able to accomplish their critical need!
In a state of extreme shock and denial, Glynn, taken for his singular mindset and naturally strong survival instinct to see his family again, reluctantly complies!
Throughout this uniquely darkish adventure, he, aided by a super advanced navigational computer, encounters many a remarkable vista and challenge.
This story fictionally interprets many contemporary theories and informatively incorporates many real-world natural facts and phenomena. A fictional story and possible learning experience all rolled into one great novel.
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About the Author
My professional life (electronic engineering), started at a ripe old age of 15 with an apprenticeship at Muirheads Ltd, Beckenham Kent. Following on; I continued in technological areas such as medical, civil aviation, industrial, security and consumer. Engineering, the design of new products and innovative ideas, carries with it a considerable amount of writing; from concept through to product promotion. I am an industrially published author and in my spare time; I've always enjoyed imagination, a love of physics and the natural world. I only truly believe in that which can be scientifically proven - in engineering one can't afford to stray too far from that notion. However it seems to me (as remarkable as we undoubtedly are), we still know so little about life. Retiring has now given me sufficient time (actually I find myself busier than ever), to extract some of the stories I've squirrelled away. In the last 15 years, I've also had a developing interest (or should I say concern), environmentally: In 2008 I was awarded a Silver Green Apple Award, for best environmental practice. The tales I put to electronic paper I hope you will enjoy and thank you for reading them.