"There's a war going on out there in this corrupt and dark world that we call home and we're caught in the middle of it. Not because we have to be or need to be, but because we want to be a part of it..." "So Project Bubble comes to mind. We need it so that we can take the world by surprise and hold it up like Atlas - save it from the corruption and manage it from here on to the end." Terra is a world where corporations establish armies and declare war on each other. It is a place which has succumbed to greed and its citizen must fall in line with this reality or fall victim to the wrath of the corporate world. In the midst of this is Dr. Daniel Grey, a physicist who wants more out of life. He takes a job through a friend working for the Band Corp; the leading Corporation on Terra. He is to be one of the lead scientists on Project Bubble and given a chance to do research some only dream about. However, Daniel realizes he is unbelievably out of his depth. His boss, Mr. Elmwood Jones, is the head of Band Corp and obsessed with changing the world. However, Mr. Elmwood Jones is not remotely what he seems to be. He is Ellam, Emperor of the Dominatia, a race of brutal inter-dimensional despots. Project Bubble is the latest incarnation of a saga of oppression and bloodshed which has spanned whole worlds, annihilated species and lead across dimensions. Daniel cannot even begin to fathom what lies ahead. His creation, the fruit of Project Bubble, a dimensional device known as the Metroman, will change the course of Terra forever. Now all hope lies in Daniel as well as the bravery and cunning of the few who would stand against the Dominatia. Most importantly, there is an outcast struggling with his inner demon, who must finally take his rightful place as a hero.
- Paperback | 482 pages
- 152 x 229 x 27mm | 699g
- 12 Aug 2015
- Createspace Independent Publishing Platform
- United States
- black & white illustrations
About John Stassinos
John Stassinos was born and raised in Ottawa Ontario. For much of his life, he has had a vivid imagination. At the age of two, he sat down at a table and scribble on pieces of paper, while describing a story to his mother with his limited vocabulary. He is also a musician who plays multiple instruments and has a love for all of the arts. John Stassinos now resides in Ottawa with his wife and four children, and wrote The Metroman while working a full-time job and raising his three young boys. With a new addition to his family ( his daughter) he continues to write and is currently working on three more projects.