The force Dilemma


What's so different about this novel? 

Just about all SF starts with some unlikely event (a black hole colliding with the moon, alien visitation, nuclear war etc), or in the future where things are radically different. By contrast, this novel takes us from something like the present, to a plausible future without any unlikely events. It is a realistic, non dystopian future: Imaginative and awe inspiring, but believable.

What's to keep me turning the page?

Our hero. The novel is written in the third person, but from our hero's viewpoint. He's often under threat, sometimes saving the world from slavery, falling in love, out of love and into peril. It's fast moving, plot driven, but with enough time to paint character portraits of the main actors and some of the supporting cast. Not boring.

Is it military SF?

No. Though there is some military action, it's not concerned with military minutiae.

How about the first chapter?

I thought you'd never ask: Here 'tis:

First Chapters

could you spare a back cover Blurb, I really need one?!?

Who am I to deprive you?:

Back cover blurb 

Hit me with a synopsis!

OK, brace yourself, here it is .