Pinhole

Pinhole

by Matthew Kagle

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Overview

Humanity began as primitive lungfishes, crawling out from the depths of the sea to escape predators. Humanity will end as sparkles of light, streaming across the empty voids of the universe searching for meaning.

Pinhole is about the time travelers who live between what we once were and might someday become.

Cassandra knows the future brings her doom but is helpless to stop it. Lionel executes murderers before they can kill but wonders who the real victims are. Dolores is ensnared in a cult that uses a machine to link their minds and bodies. Joseph strives to escape an eight-year loop he's been trapped in his whole life. Daphne searches for a murderer who kills by giving his victims cancer, but she may be the next target.

Moving through time and space, their lives are intertwined, unwittingly tethered together by the same technology they use to change the world.

Product Details

ISBN-13: 9781483934761
Publisher: CreateSpace Independent Publishing Platform
Publication date: 03/23/2013
Pages: 318
Product dimensions: 6.00(w) x 9.00(h) x 0.67(d)

About the Author

Matthew Kagle was the youngest of six children born to cattle ranchers in Emblem, Wyoming.
He graduated elementary school two years early and went on to study high energy physics at Carnegie Mellon University. He was expelled after an experiment he was running caused university's linear accelerator to detonate. He quit physics to explore his love of the sea, eventually becoming captain of the Grandcamp (a cargo frigate) which capsized after an unexplained blast in the hold. When his lifeboat arrived in the San Francisco Bay Area, he decided to stay, working at Vacuum Genesis, a video game company (www.vacuumgenesis.com). The first game he designed was recalled from the market due to a programming fault that caused hard drives to accelerate until they broke into high-velocity shrapnel. He moved on to teaching, working at several small colleges and universities, but quit when some of his students spontaneously combusted upon entering the workforce.

This is his first published novel. Handle it carefully.

You can follow Matthew's blog at icanwritefunny.blogspot.com. His Twitter account is @makagle.

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