Rationality Zero

Rationality Zero

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The world is not what it seems. Michael Bishop is an Asset of the Facility- a job that comes with many strange perks. He is a man who never gets ill, who never pays taxes. He is effortlessly fit, and has a different woman every night of the week. That is, when he is not on assignment. When activated, Michael becomes Asset 108, an enhanced human who stands against the strange darkness that lurks at the edge of our world. Armed with equipment that most would find impossible to comprehend, he is sent on missions both strange and deadly. Each dossier pits him against irrational creatures and beings- most with the power to unravel his sanity, or reality itself. It's never a simple job. This job, however, is more complex than most. Mysterious unknown targets are fracturing reality, somewhere in the middle of the Mojave Desert. The Facility has no other Assets in the area, and their telemetry is spotty at best. Without knowing what to expect, Bishop is activated, assigned to a cadre, and sent to the middle of nowhere. What he finds there is both the beginning and the end.
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Product details

  • Paperback | 168 pages
  • 127 x 203.2 x 11.18mm | 272.15g
  • United States
  • English
  • black & white illustrations
  • 1507627025
  • 9781507627020

About Jm Guillen

JM Guillen is a supervillain who also dabbles in weird fiction. When not attempting to make his foes rue their actions, he writes. Other than science fiction, fantasy, and horror, he is best known for implementing schemes, plots, and ploys. Despite his tendencies to breed hyper intelligent dinosaurs, and play with cloning technology while drunk, his fiction has been well received. Regardless of his non-adherence to dress codes, his contract with Irrational Worlds is valid at this time. No allegations regarding the incidents of July 18 have yet been proven. Until the radiation zone is clear, and charges are brought, the author chooses to remain silent on the subject.
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216 ratings
3.73 out of 5 stars
5 27% (58)
4 36% (78)
3 24% (52)
2 9% (20)
1 4% (8)
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