"What this novel does is drive home the difference between science and humanity. Although there are experiments and discoveries that science can bring about, it is the power of love and the ability to love that is far more important. Quill says: This story is moving and kind, and with a good mix of suspense and science fiction that will keep all readers enthralled."
- Amy Lignor, Feathered Quill
As Carl Sagan said,
“For small creatures such as we the vastness is bearable only through love.”
In Eyes In This World, love is once again at the center of the story. We learn that there is no force in any reality more powerful. Five humans and one AI are on an extraordinary mission to unlock the secrets of the cosmos. It takes the one among them least able to experience it, to help them understand. In what might be their final chance to unlock the collective knowledge of an alternate reality, they choose compassion for a friend.
Five people searching science for the answer,
but all of them were finding it within themselves.
Eyes In This World front cover
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Special thanks to Danielle Shaw for her creative editing.
Thanks to a silent friend who assisted in the final proofreading.
For my children, and the inspiration they give me when writing about the characters' love for theirs.
Thanks to Sara for helping me understand that all things are still possible.
Thanks to ntech media design for the author photo and Elysium Eight for the cover art and book trailer.
To Ingrid Michaelson whose songs continue to set the mood for scenes before writing them.
Thanks to Carl Sagan, Richard Dawkins, Brian Greene and Leonard Susskind, whose science writings influenced the grains of truth embedded in the fiction.