When there’s danger on an exo-planet, will you be the one to stay alive? James Pollack, retired Swiss Banker, is at the reveal of the scientific breakthrough, following the return of three survivors from a mission to an exo-planet. Armed with this new information, key personnel leave on an IFOR military carrier bound for Sarajevo airport, which sets off a controversial expedition of fear and survival. Earth has just three months before the infection hits it and James will be the only hope to immobilise a pandemic of global proportions. Devious forces intent on stopping him constantly seem one step ahead of him, and even those he thought he trusted have hidden agendas. Time is quickly running out as governments across the world learn that their ideas of a clean, healthy planet have only one thing in common. They are all dead wrong.
Reviews for the Book
... this book offers a pleasing combination of SciFi, Egyptian symbolism, Brexit and Covid in a complex story of inter-dimensional and time travel. There are plenty of characters to love or hate - sometimes both at the same time. - Stephen J Phillips
About the Author: Andrew Man
Independent author, Andrew Man, writes from a house close to Lac Leman, using the inspiration from his travels to craft his steries.
His writing developed after he retired through visits to the CERN centre in Switzerland, which also forms a basis for some of his stories. To write his books, he has moved through places where he worked in the past, from London, Lebanon, to Geneva and the Caribbean. Towards the end of 2016 he visited India again, that helped him to write Book 4 “After the Flood” and finally Book 5 – “Eve Not Adam* that was expected to be the final book of the series.
However, not satified with his last book, he has now published a POSTLUDE to try and explain the whole series.
In this his most speculative story yet, Andrew Man has written a story of our planet in the distant future. Compelling and without any apology, the book probes the nature of not only time, but reality itself.
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