Precious Hope

Precious Hope

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SCI-FI-FAN, Dystopian, Apocolyptic, ADULT READ, SOME VIOLENCE & TABOO, no erotica Precious Hope is a dystopian and apocalyptic science fiction fantasy that follows Greg as he attempts to rescue himself and a lost love, Lexi, from utter destruction within one week; the countdown to the only authorized escape launch. Greg's father helped design the annihilation of human life on Earth according to the plan of the voice, a sensory stimulation signal from an eons old satellite stationed above the Sun. The plan included cyborgs (machinoids and humanoids) and zombies; all created with brain transplant technology. The fragmentation of society by untold forces and factions is revealed along Greg's desperate flee. The power of circumstance to affect culture is exposed in the community enclaves. A miscreant boy joins him unexpectedly, and old contacts help along the way. Characters' limited knowledge affects the plot progress, which leads readers through a couple unanticipated plot turns, constant intrigue, and some awkward moments. This is not spoon-fed story telling, nor is the book artificially long due to shameful fluff. Readers should expect to be challenged and constantly entertained.
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Product details

  • Paperback | 134 pages
  • 152.4 x 228.6 x 7.87mm | 258.55g
  • United States
  • English
  • black & white illustrations
  • 1507657366
  • 9781507657362

About Aaron Chessir

Aaron Chessir is a penname used for science fiction novels. The author resides in a beautifully landscaped retirement village in northern Florida, U.S.A. at the age of forty. The author has a BS in Computer Game Programming, having graduated summa cum laude from the University of Advancing Technology in Tempe, Arizona. The author's preferred free time activities include reading philosophy or fantasy books, watching videos on youtube, practicing computer programming, playing computer games, writing poetry, and imagining the future.
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