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Transference

Transference

by B.T. Keaton

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Overview

Barrabas Madzimure is banished to the desert planet Eridania for his many crimes. Slaves to the Church and to the will of its prophet Jovian, a charismatic figurehead who rules everything on Earth, Madzimure and his cohorts toil underground digging endlessly for the substance eridanium—the source of Jovian's alien power.

But Madzimure can no longer hide from his past. Facing execution, he claims to have once been Thaniel Kilraven, transferred decades earlier into the body of Madzimure against his will. Under interrogation the stories of both men are brought to light, and the terrible fate of the lost Kilraven bloodline is revealed.

Madzimure escapes, knowing the only way to salvage what's left of the Kilraven name and confront his destiny—and Jovian—is by facing them head on. But the horrific truths he finds on Earth might be the undoing of all mankind. What if everything humanity believed about civilization was a lie? Will anything or anyone be left from the fallout?

The story of a grim personal mission, Transference takes the reader on a heart-racing journey through rebellion, revenge, and revelation by way of the soul's search for identity.


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Product Details

BN ID: 2940162771074
Publisher: Ingleside Avenue Press
Publication date: 02/11/2020
Sold by: Barnes & Noble
Format: NOOK Book
File size: 1 MB

About the Author

B.T. Keaton is a citizen of beautiful Aotearoa, and has resided in its capital city of Wellington for over ten years. Some of his career highlights include (but are not limited to) slaving away in big-box retail, making coffee for advertising execs, and duty-managing a craft beer brewery. He is passionate about music, loves animals, and has an undying affinity for gummy bears. Transference is his debut novel.

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