Irene is a mining robot with human characteristics, sent to a distant planet to collect soil samples which could determine the suitability of transforming this planet to Earth-like conditions. There Irene encounters a titanic beast of immense proportions that engulfs the hapless robot into its mouth. Emerging after spending almost three centuries in the hollowed-out tooth of this enormous animal, Irene finds a world that has been drastically altered. Now deemed obsolete by the new colonists, she is forced to fight for her right to exist.
While inside the massive tooth Irene befriended a fussy little alien and others of his kind. This little brave soul was the only one that joined Irene in her bid to escape from the mouth of the beast as it lay dying. The unusual duo are faced with overwhelming odds as they try to oppose a ruthless team of earthlings involved in a continuing terraforming project that had no regard for the original life of this distant planet.
|Publisher:||Crimson Cloak Publishing|
|Product dimensions:||5.00(w) x 8.00(h) x 0.36(d)|
About the Author
It was about an eccentric professor/inventor and a college student and their voyage across the universe. However once I wrote it I felt I had done what I always wanted to do, so The Mobius Strip was tucked away and forgotten.
In 2003 I saw an ad in a local journal soliciting sci-fi writers. The name of the company was Proxima Centauri Anthology, located in St. Petersburg, Florida. They wanted stories about androids and robots. I then became inspired to write again. I would stay up all night on weekends writing my new story. It was about a robot with a human consciousness that was deemed obsolete by the present society of Earth and that robot's struggle to maintain its existence. The title of the story was The Mouth of the Beast. I
also wrote another short story that my family thought was one of my best. It was about an astonishing beautiful female android that 'fell to earth'. The name of the story is Have you seen Alice?
Both The Mouth of the Beast and Have you seen Alice? were published along with my third story The Timeliner. You can call me Al is my 4th.