There has been a burglary in the Physics Department of the University of Bern in Switzerland.
Daniel von Arx, a young lawyer, stumbles on the scene and finds two encrypted discs leading him deep into the secret world of Galileo, Pestalozzi, and the indomitable Madame Curie — each on a united quest to save the planet.
In the tradition of speculative fiction à la Isaac Asimov and William Gibson, Max Meyer challenges our beliefs about the role humans play in the future and raises questions of humankind’s existence in the world today: who controls the future? and what will tomorrow look like? In today’s world, only fiction can answer that!
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About the Author
Max Meyer lives in Bern, Switzerland and is the author of several works of nonfiction dealing mostly with economics and politics. He is an avid reader with a passion for history and science. “The Other Side of Now” is his first work of fiction. When asked about controversial themes in the book, he says, “I am not at all amazed that the concepts in my novel may seem provocative. My fascination is with the realization that humans may have guided the course of our development themselves.”