Welcome to the 4th Dimension. You are here because you have survived The Harvest. Whether you live in The Bunker or just beyond The Fence, you must play The Game set before you. Do you belong on this level of consciousness or are you The Intruder we seek to destroy?
This collection of short stories include:
The Bunker - In a post-apocalyptic world, a group of friends survives in an underground bunker with the use of a Dream Device to keep them from going stir crazy.
The Fence - A group of young boys discover something in the woods that will change their lives forever.
The Game - A soldier endures a unique battle to get back to the woman he loves.
The Intruder - A woman’s world is shaken when someone repeatedly breaks into her house.
The Harvest - Half the population is mysteriously marked with X’s on their foreheads. James escapes from prison to protect his family from whatever is causing this strange phenomenon.
Welcome to Monad, the first circuit planet of Havona. You are here to learn the most powerful secrets of the universe. If you succeed, you will progress through the seven circuit planets, where more secrets await. However far you get will determine your place and purpose in the universe. Should you fail the lessons of this first planet, you will be Reset with no memories of this place or your last life.
When fifteen-year-old Sam dies on Earth, he will do anything to keep his memories intact. Whether he likes it or not, the secrets he learns on Monad are essential to surviving this cosmic adventure. When he is sucked into a black hole, he must face his anti-self in order to save all of existence. In his desperate quest to maintain his identity, he learns who he really is.
This is a fantastic tale of the pure of heart overcoming bigotry. Anyone who's experienced, sexism, racism, ageism, political or religious persecution will relate to this story. A character who's passion is unlike the people who he grew up around, discovers a place he can be himself, but faces enormous obstacles to get there. Along the way he exposes the futility of the other character's bigotry and bias and puts it all in perspective so that they can finally deal with the bigger issues in life.More info →