Intentional Dissonance

Intentional Dissonance

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It s been 10 years since the world officially ended. In the last city on Earth, Jon Salt is addicted to Sadness, a drug that invokes its name, and obsessed with his lover, Michelle; both of which threaten to drive him insane. Strange creatures and new technologies appeared in the last days of humanity and the widespread adoption of teleportation technology sundered the fabric of time and space, leaving a smattering of looping ghosts. It is a sad, monotone world, but the remaining populace is happy, thanks to the anti-depressants in the water supply. The last government on Earth has taken a special interest in a gift that Jon possesses: the ability to make his thoughts real. Jon must rely on that gift and the help of a few unlikely friends to stay one step ahead of those who desperately want to use him for something far more sinister than even he could dream"

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Product details

  • Paperback | 174 pages
  • 139.7 x 213.36 x 12.7mm | 136.08g
  • Ireadiwrite Publishing
  • Delta, BC, Canada
  • English
  • black & white illustrations
  • 1926760867
  • 9781926760865
  • 30,044

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"Intentional Dissonance brings about an emotional complexity to the genre that no other sci-fi story has ever brought to the table. There's almost a poetic ache while you read about scientists and technology through Jon's suffering and his inability to control his gifts." "Critiques 4 Geeks""

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About Iain S. Thomas

Iain S. Thomas is a new media artist and author. As an author, his most famous work is "I Wrote This For You," which he writes under the pseudonym pleasefindthis - a blog then book that s been onpoetry bestseller lists since its launch in December 2011. He regularly writes for The "Huffington Post "on poetry, creativity and life.He currently lives in Cape Town, South Africa."

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