Release from Stasis by Graham ClingbineRelease from Stasis by Graham Clingbine

Release from Stasis

byGraham Clingbine

Paperback | March 1, 2016

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Consider humankind existing in the distant future. Perhaps they are the extraterrestrials speculated to exist following anomalous sightings on planet Earth of today. Maybe it is ourselves in a different anatomical guise who are the 'visitors'...In the distant future, planet Earth is a much-altered place in which the sun has aged and is bombarding the Earth with deadly solar particles. John Powell is the last surviving human and is battling to save mankind from extinction by abducting humans from the past and genetically engineering them to survive in the harsh environment. John's aim is to repopulate the Earth as part of a Great Plan for survival. "The responsibility weighed heavily on John's shoulders. He was unsure why he felt such a heavy burden. After all, there was no-one left to be accountable to."However, an unprecedented violent solar eruption kills his experimental subjects and he has to abandon the Earth with his family and a few other survivors and undertake a long space voyage while safely placed in stasis.When released from stasis and still onboard the spacecraft, John and his family are shocked to discover that the other occupants have formed two conflicting astral religions, the Muons and the Pions. Escaping from the turmoil, John and his family utilise a portal acting as a time-travel device to return to the old Earth and start over. The spacecraft continues on its journey and lands on a habitable planet, leaving the Muons and Pions to sort out their own destiny...
Title:Release from StasisFormat:PaperbackDimensions:144 pages, 8.5 × 5.5 × 0.31 inPublished:March 1, 2016Publisher:Troubador PublishingLanguage:English

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ISBN - 10:1784625280

ISBN - 13:9781784625283

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