The Pollutant Speaks

The Pollutant Speaks

by Alex Cochran
The Pollutant Speaks

The Pollutant Speaks

by Alex Cochran

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Overview

A stagnating humanity is crushed onto seven small worlds, while the enigmatic union of alien life seems to set impossible goals to qualify for contact. When a discharged mental patient finds himself bankrupt, his only escape is to venture further into the cosmos than he ever dreamed.

Do his inner demons hold the secret to peace with our stellar neighbours? Or will a fanatical leader and his cult return humanity to the dark ages?

This stunning debut science fiction novel by Alex Cochran explores poetry, politics and law in a way that asks questions about our society today. Literate, adventurous and compelling.


Product Details

ISBN-13: 9781739578107
Publisher: Bee Orchid Press
Publication date: 11/17/2023
Pages: 262
Product dimensions: 5.50(w) x 8.50(h) x 0.59(d)

About the Author

Alex Cochran is the pseudonym of Alex Weinle, a writer based in Cambridge, England. He authors short stories, graphic novels, and film scripts. His debut novel is THE POLLUTANT SPEAKS from Bee Orchid Press, with a forthcoming audiobook version. His works often revolve around possible futures and immersing the reader in the people of those worlds to discover something about themselves. See what he's up to on Instagram @alexcochran or Twitter @cannotbegrouped.At various times, a scientist, a surfer, a code monkey and a journalist, Alex now focuses on crafting and conceiving fiction with all the pain and joys involved. He has written screenplays for short films Insider (2018), CopyCats (2020) and McPherson's Toys (see IMDB) and short fiction in magazines like Jupiter and anthologies. Alex has an MA in Science Fiction to go with his near-mint-conditon-unused BSc in Astrophysics. He narrates for the Tales To Terrify and other podcasts.
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