Quantum Confessions

Quantum Confessions

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"A veritable head trip; yet rooted in a believable and sometimes visceral near-future."Grey is a high performing student with attitude. Aled is torn between his morals and his desires. They live in a world where those who believe in absolute truth are on a collision course with those who don't. Society is becoming dangerously polarised and despite a thread of history that binds Aled and Grey together they take opposite sides in the conflict; she is recruited by The Project and he is given custody of The Proof of Existence.Against the backdrop of a failing society and experiments to find the link between quantum physics and a supreme being, the real question that unfolds is..."Who chooses your reality?"show more

Product details

  • Paperback | 276 pages
  • 132 x 202 x 20mm | 339.99g
  • SilverWood Books Ltd
  • Bristol, United Kingdom
  • English
  • black & white illustrations
  • 1781322635
  • 9781781322635

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"A book that makes one stop in their tracks" - Readers' Favoriteshow more

About Stephen Oram

Stephen Oram writes thought provoking stories that mix science fiction with social comment, mainly in a recognisable near-future. He is the Author in Residence at Virtual Futures, once described as the 'the Glastonbury of cyberculture'. He has collaborated with scientists and future-tech people to write short stories that create debate about potential futures, most recently with the Human Brain Project and Bristol Robotics Laboratory as part of the Bristol Literature Festival. As a teenager he was heavily influenced by the ethos of punk. In his early twenties he embraced the squatter scene and was part of a religious cult, briefly. He did some computer stuff in what became London's silicon roundabout and is now a civil servant with a gentle attraction to anarchism. He has two published novels, 'Quantum Confessions' and 'Fluence', and several shorter pieces.show more

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4 50% (4)
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