Gordon Cunningham, an ordinary citizen of 22nd century Earth, died in an unfortunate accident.
Except he didn't die. Not really.
Instead, he woke up stuck inside a robot. In the 29th century. Thirteen light-years from home. In a space station. Which is orbiting a planet that was meant to be a new home for the colonists. Unfortunately, everything went wrong.
He was brought back to life by accident, but the station denizens need him. Their colony is failing. Most colonists have lost hope. The AI in charge can't do much, which is somewhat moot, since it's out of ideas.
But Cunningham is a reluctant hero at best. He's disoriented by his new body. He doesn't know anything about his new environment. He doesn't trust the station's authorities. And yet, somehow, he must help them.
Or, in less than a century, no one human will remain.
Join him as he discovers his new home, his new body, and, perhaps, his new... mind?
I, Cunningham is a full-length standalone hard science-fiction novel. Those who like Isaac Asimov's or Arthur C. Clarke's work should enjoy this tale.
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About the Author
Benoit Goudreault-Emond is a man (or at least, he was, last time he checked) living in Montreal, Québec, Canada. He hopes to write some decent novels eventually. Hopefully, you will be able to stand what he wrote in the meantime. Keep at it, it will build character.
When not writing, he spends his time futzing around with mechanical keyboards, annoying his ever-patient wife with various rants, and attempting to be a reasonable approximation of a good father to their lively daughter. Oh, and he’s a programmer during the day, and does most novel writing at night. In the basement. With lights on, which should surprise you if you know anything about programmers and lights.