In the last third of The Sapien Way trilogy, Trace Exide reveals aspects of himself even he would not have expected two years earlier. Triggered by circumstance into explosive evolution which takes him from Page Agent for the Corps to what many now consider an arrogant, self-proclaimed deity, Trace furthers his dissemination throughout the cosmos, traveling to places time and space cannot withhold from him. Though he is not Sapien in the technical sense, those close to him realize that his humanity alone may be the one thing keeping the fabric of the universe from tearing into shreds. In Never Jobe we are invited to join Trace and his cast of friends and family in their search for freedom from chaos as they must now wrestle with the products of the past in order to salvage their uncertain future.
|Publisher:||J. Peter J.|
|File size:||441 KB|
|Age Range:||18 Years|
About the Author
Ever since he was a boy, writing has been a joy for J. Peter J. Grateful for a fluid imagination, he uses his chemistry and biology experience along with the wondrous nature which surrounds his Arizona high desert home, to inspire works as varied as his sci-fi trilogy, The Sapien Way, or his first poetry collection titled, In the Apparatus of Questions. Thankfully, there seems to be no end to his pursuit of the best writing he can produce and his catalog of creations includes dozens of short stories, hundreds of poems, several completed novels and two new trilogies in the ferment of his mind and word processors. His decades in academia and his many years of playing the drums in a local band, working as a carpenter, mason, naturalist, sales clerk and property manager, all provide ample fuel for his writings.