Published Aug 2014
203 x 133mm (276 pages)
Perfect trust is like a pure glass sphere. It’s beautiful, precious and fragile. The perfect trust I had in my parents had just suffered its first hairline crack. I was six years old, I was moving country and I was dreading the future.
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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?”
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