Alex finds herself in possession of a legendary device that has the potential to destroy civilization. It is then she learns the device is addictive. She cannot turn this device over to her commanders. Military minds and all-consuming destructive powers do not make a good match. She reluctantly accepts the need to drop out of the system to protect the device and humanity. To do that, she enlists the aid of a crafty ex-con.
Mark Szasz: "I was very impressed by the detail. The characters and the setting are developed in the most exciting and complete ways, ways that you almost exclusively see in science fiction. If you enjoy Philip K. Dick, William Gibson, Isaac Asimov and Robert Heinlein, then I suspect you will find "On a Sphere's Edge" thoroughly enjoyable!"
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About the Author
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Keith Mosher has a Bachelor of Media Arts degree from the University of South Carolina, where he specialized in Audio Engineering and Production and has been involved in Television and Film. He has operated his own business, managed a heating and air conditioning company, was an Information and Technology manager for a fast food chain, was a law office manager, and operated his own software company. Currently he is a martial arts instructor, blogger, and author.