This time it will take more than a coffee addiction and admin access to the laws of physics to survive. When a new kind of imaginary number is discovered with the unusual property of bloodlust, math anxiety becomes mortal terror. Ace and Heather will stop at nothing to make smart remarks and avoid accidentally destroying the universe again as they struggle to stop a mysterious serial killer with a propensity to imitate small appliances. Is there a recursion limit on dark oblivion? Is Joey really the Grim Reaper? What will happen if silly putty becomes deadly serious? Do all disembodied hands come with HDMI ports? Is soy milk really the juice squeezed from tofu? How should I know? What were we talking about? Oh wait, I remember: What is the true nature of the formulacrum?
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About the Author
Rich Colburn became the first man to convincingly impersonate himself in public for over an hour before the crowd realized it was really him. This crushed the previous record of twenty-four minutes set in 1876 by world renowned British astronomer, Jeff the Telescope Guy. Prior to becoming a best-selling author (hopefully at some point in the future) Rich spent the majority of his time trying to think of something witty to say for this description of himself. Rich dreams of one day being able to leave the moon and travel back to his home in Connecticut. He just has to find a way to get to the moon first. He currently spends his time proofreading the previous sentence and trying not to get creeped out by having to write about himself in the third person. His publisher frequently encourages him to take this process more seriously.