One of the War for Haven
(324 pages, Fantasy-Sci-Fi Novel)
Ten thousand years from today the universe begins to collapse. This
impending doom is both premature and contrived -by an unknown force.
The human race is now part of a huge interstellar empire that includes
hundreds of alien species and artificial intelligence’s. A
massive alliance of sentient life hastily forges a scientific
enterprise to prevent the end of eternity. More by accident than
design, the incidental result of these labors is the birth of an Entity
who is a god... of sorts. A place called Haven is created as Her home
-and the nature of space and time changes forever.
conception, She manages to open pathways to all possible worlds. Ours
is not the only Universe, and there are other gods out there. There may
always have been, but these days there are Doors available... and these
days now include our present time as well. Your soul can be saved -if
you side with the angels. But in this Multiverse, it’s often
to tell just who is who. One thing is certain, -something is trying to
make sure that Haven and all the gods are unmade in the remote
corridors of the Continuum.
This is the
background for the story of an ordinary person who must complete a
hero’s journey on the path of becoming a man, and above all
human being. Science fiction, fantasy, psychology and philosophy
interweave in this marvelously textured fable portraying eternal themes
of growth and transcendence. The plot is as convoluted as DNA, and the
prose is as straight as a bullet between the eyes. Joseph
discovers corridors to parallel worlds and that being an apprentice
knight/wizard isn’t all that it’s cracked up to be.
learns that the most significant battles we fight are with ourselves.
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