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When a time traveler accidentally finds himself on a futuristic train in the year 2069 and meets a young woman whose unborn son is destined to be the greatest musician the world has ever known, he becomes entangled in a beautiful, and thought provoking chain of events that go beyond life and death. British born, Californian author, Luthien Clarke wrote Music; a short book with a slow burning fuse. Music will make you smile, Music will make you cry. It is classy, philosophical science fiction set in England and California. Music is about time travel, the future; beauty, love, and not forgetting a futuristic train that goes round and round the British Isles. 'He is a musician. His name is Tark. He was born on a train. He will fall in love. Her name is Sylph. She will be beautiful but she keeps a secret: She knows he will die and she will be blamed for loving death. An analogy, perhaps, well, Music will be to people what painter, Picasso became to the public. You ask: How would I know that? I answer: Because, I am Luthien Clarke, the time traveler and I wrote what I saw.'
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Product details

  • Paperback | 174 pages
  • 152.4 x 228.6 x 11.18mm | 322.05g
  • United States
  • English
  • black & white illustrations
  • 1514813750
  • 9781514813751

About Luthien Clarke

Luthien Clarke is a dual UK and US citizen. He was born in London and started work as a painter and decorator before working part time as a customer manager whilst studying law. Luthien started writing hard or concept science fiction at the same time he qualified as a lawyer. Luthien currently lives in the San Francisco Bay Area where he writes, paints, creates designer accessories and garments. Luthien's main interests amongst many are philosophy, physics, science fiction, art, history and linguistics. He is constantly increasing his knowledge and love for numerous forms of Latin music from Andalusian Flamenco to Cuban folk music. Luthien has language skills in Spanish, French and German and regularly reads widely both fiction and non-fiction literature in these languages, especially in Spanish and French on a daily basis.
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