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Vincent is a scientist plagued with strange nightmares since childhood. He has successfully treated his mental illness with drugs and kept it hidden from his colleagues, particularly Ella, the beautiful and intelligent scientist from whom he also struggles to hide his affection. But what if his experiences were real and the dark energy that crawls inside him now threatens the existence of the universe?


As his nightmares return, Vincent unravels the secrets of his past, with the help of Ella and ever-guarded Constantine. Revealing their other-world origins, they need his help to destroy the Entity that was created when Ella created a portal to Vincent’s universe. As Vincent grapples with his love for Ella, he traverses Europe in pursuit of answers, learns how to travel at the speed of light and confronts his perception of what is real. 

But can he trust his friends? Could he ever truly be with Ella, and what is his scientific destiny so revered by his colleagues?


A wonderful blend of physics and poetry.

Chrissie Anthony, Author of Quiver

Emissary is a science-fiction adventure novel that travels at the speed of light, where multiverse theory collides with quantum mechanics on the dark side of Saturn’s moon.  

Samantha Tidy, award winning Australian author



Author Biography:

Michael Leon is a science fiction writer with two published novels, Cubeball and Emissary. Besides those, Michael has written Extinction and Adaption and is currently writing Alive, which will be released in 2017. His work blends speculative fiction with a social voice. Michael was born in Melbourne, Australia and pursued careers in retailing and international business before becoming a writer. Michael Leon's work has been labelled by reviewers as science fiction thrillers. For more information, go to Michael's website: www.michaelleon.com.au

GENRE
Sci-Fi & Fantasy
RELEASED
2016
October 30
LANGUAGE
EN
English
LENGTH
282
Pages
PUBLISHER
Michael Leon
SELLER
BookPOD
SIZE
2.7
MB

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