The basis of life as we know it is carbon.
Suppose the nucleus of every carbon atom is a sun. Suppose one electron “planet” swirling around that nucleus supports life.
And suppose a group of scientists theorize that, like space, time is a maleable factor in the universe. And that even the term “universe” depends strictly on the vantage point.
In the future on Earth, with Heisenberg’s Uncertainty Principle disproven and set aside, the way is clear to test the Theorum of Interspatial Travel Through Miniaturization and Recovery (ITTMAR). And Adam Trenton is ready to pick up where the first Traveler left off.
The console in the Travel Lab is set for a round trip of only 15 minutes. During that 15 minutes, Adam Stanton will spend 3 years on a sub-atomic planet, studying the flora, fauna, geology and people. The Guide’s calculations are precise, so the trip should be routine.
But it isn’t. It’s far from routine.
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This title will be available in print before Christmas, 2016.
Also available as an ebook at all ebook retailers, including Amazon, Apple, Smashwords, Barnes & Noble, and Kobo on September 17, 2016.