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Book details
  • Genre:FICTION
  • SubGenre:Science Fiction / Adventure
  • Language:English
  • Pages:560
  • eBook ISBN:9781623091316

Stasis None

by Ian Rutter

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Overview
Stasis None - Edited Second Edition Aug 2012 The Stasis None is a power beyond comprehension. A quantum intelligence capable of recreating time. But when a tool devised to save mankind predicts the end of humanity, a quest is launched to discover and alter the sequence of events set to seal our doom. But can altering our past really offer salvation? The people within the the top secret project seem to think so. But the mysterious traveller observing from the shadows of history may not agree... Playing with the universe can be a dangerous game... The time has come for Palene to reveal himself.
Description
Stasis None - Edited Second Edition Aug 2012 Stasis None is a fast paced and powerful read. Independent reviews have likened aspects of it to the Matrix, 12 Monkeys, Inception and the Alchemist, and even Interview with a Vampire. Other reviews have described it as 'movie-like' and a 'real page turner of a novel'. The story is set to the back-drop of Time Travel and Time Manipulation, as a top secret group set out to prevent mankind's imminent destruction, using the powerful Stasis None to create and manipulate reality. The novel asks the age old question, 'Will mankind ever be able to save itself from it's own short comings?'. The science and history is well researched, the action gripping, and the characters and their relationships engrossing. Set in the not too distant future it has several twists, an interesting political sub-plot and best of all a mysterious character who steals the show with each new scene in which he is introduced... As the book blurb says, "Playing with the universe can be a dangerous game...The time has come for Palene to introduce himself!"
About the author
Ian Rutter was born in Kingston upon Hull in the United Kingdom. He is 38 years old and until recently was employed within the Royal Navy's Survival School. Stasis None is his first novel after spending many years writing and performing in bands and productions. He now lives in London and will soon see the release of his second novel, Zarapathineon...Rising. Zarapathineon is a trilogy of books and is a complete change in genre taking inspiration from Ancient Greece's celebrated tragedies. Though the setting is completely fictional the reader should expect a fast paced epic reminiscent of stories such as Spartacus, Gladiator, 300 and Game of Thrones.
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