Since his wife and child were killed in a car accident, the life of Paul Solomon, a Nano-physicist has all but collapsed. Once a golden boy, he's now sidelined with unimportant research in a section of the lab nicknamed "The Side Show." There is an accident that almost destroys the lab during one of his experiments. As a result, his discovery creates an adventure that is astonishing, will make you laugh, and probably dream a little.
Lifestones is written in a format which the author refers to as a "movel" - meaning that it is heavy in dialogue, written in the present tense, and easy to read. It is, in effect, a screenplay/novel hybrid for today's time sensitive generation.