The Long Lost Future

The Long Lost Future

by Ian Cattell

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Overview

Randall didn't know he had a destiny until it interrupted his lunch one day; and it was bigger than he could ossibly have imagined (his destiny, not his lunch).

That's when he met the mysterious Marcus Han - brainier than a clumsy butcher's floor, and secretly the richest man in the world, he would be Randall's companion and mentor through the challenges they must face in their struggle to stop the entire Galaxy from vanishing.

With supporting cast of talking trees, mutant psychics, bungling cops, extremely refined resistance operatives, military trained birds, enlightened muschrooms, hallucinating AI units, cutlery collecting crabs, and his definitely EX-girlfriend to help him, he must travel back in time to the twenty-first century and begin again in a new, less tyrannical timeline.

If his departed day, the World Police the Planimals, or the ancient aliens doesn't stop him first that is...

Product Details

BN ID: 2940155620532
Publisher: Ian Cattell
Publication date: 03/28/2018
Sold by: Draft2Digital
Format: NOOK Book
File size: 3 MB

About the Author

Ian Cattell is a software developer who wanted a change from staring blankly at a computer screen all day. So he decided to write a book.

Yeah, I know...

Over the next six months he learned that there are many advantages to writing a book compared to writing software, the main one being that he doesn't have to re-write it whenever Microsoft decides it's "time".

He enjoys astronomy, baking organic bread, and trying to figure out why some people insist on using Macs - but when his neighbour is out he likes to play his drums. He's got a Roland TD-11KV with the extra CY-12 Crash cymbal and double kick pedals, he runs it through a 150W Mosfet PA amp via a BOSS...

Oh... your eyes have glazed over... never mind.

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