A research-division middle-management woman suffers the universe-shattering consequences of a boson-vault experiment gone wrong. Her techs tell her things will work out and the world will return to its natural state if she, and the idiots that got her into this mess, just keep cool. But as reality continues to shift around her, Amy begins to question certain basic assumptions. And worse, she's met someone--or at least she thinks she has--and she soon realizes her goals and actions may have dire consequences for a man she thinks she might actually be able to love.
Love, Death, and Ovelapping Bosonic Singularities captures, in a short and unique way, the uncertainties we all face when our choices are at odds with our desires. Will Amy lose her chance at love? Did she ever really have it?
|Publisher:||J. C. Conway|
|File size:||129 KB|
About the Author
J. C. Conway writes science-fiction, romance and fantasy stories for readers of all ages. He is a fan of great fiction that stretches the imagination and probes the depths of human understanding. He is also a complex-litigation attorney, a former high-school math and computer-science teacher, Vice President of his local NAMI affiliate, a husband, father, grandfather, and still a child in this world that is at once both crushingly clear and maddeningly mystifying.