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Supersymmetry

David Walton

290 pp • ISBN 978-1-63388-098-6
Trade Paperback • $17.00
September 2015

 

 

 


Ryan Oronzi is a paranoid, neurotic, and brilliant physicist who has developed a quantum military technology that could make soldiers nearly invincible in the field. The technology, however, gives power to the quantum creature known as the varcolac, which slowly begins to manipulate Dr. Oronzi and take over his mind. Oronzi eventually becomes the unwilling pawn of the varcolac in its bid to control the world.

The creature immediately starts attacking those responsible for defeating it fifteen years earlier, including Sandra and Alex Kelley—the two versions of Alessandra Kelley who are still living as separate people. The two young women must fight the varcolac, despite the fact that defeating it may mean resolving once again into a single person.



Reviews

PRAISE FOR SUPERPOSITION:

“[An] engrossing and illuminating sci-fi thriller…. This is the way sci-fi ought to be.”
—WALL STREET JOURNAL


“An expanding universe of delight.” 
—WASHINGTON POST 

“Gripping, suspenseful and original, this is a page-turning novel
that readers are sure to devour. Fantastic” 
—RT BOOK REVIEWS 

“An utterly addictive murder mystery with a fantastic twist….
A cleverly thought-out bit of sci-fi fun.” 
—STARBURST MAGAZINE 

“A truly fascinating approach to thriller writing.… The story’s strength lies in its ingenious structure that neatly unfolds against an impressive backdrop of science.” 
—THE BIG THRILL


David Walton

David Walton is the author of SuperpositionQuintessence, and the Philip K. Dick award-winning novelTerminal Mind. He lives near Philadelphia with his wife, seven children, and three hamsters. By day, he works on classified defense technology, which not even the hamsters are allowed to know about. Since he doesn’t actually have time to write, he trained the hamsters to do it for him, with a combination of Morse clicks on their drinking bottle and cleverly-arranged pellets. David’s fiction explores themes that skirt the edges of science and religion, such as human origins, the nature of truth, the certainty of death, and the nature of the soul.