Friday, June 5, 2020

We Are God by Jordan Mund

We Are God by Jordan Mund: We Are God is a sort of deathbed confessional of a man who lived to see the beginning of the Eternal Era. The Old Man narrating the story has lived for hundreds ...






We Are God by Jordan Mund








We Are God is a sort of deathbed confessional of a man who lived to
see the beginning of the Eternal Era. The Old Man narrating the story
has lived for hundreds of years and has been both a witness to and a
participant in a great deal of controversy. The controversy surrounds
scientific advancements that render death obsolete for some. Although
the Old Man grew up among mortals, his obligations to the Overman
Project, which gave him immortality, cannot be shunned. As a result, his
loyalties are divided. His friends, fighting for the dwindling rights
of mortals, prove themselves to be proponents of a revolution against
the powerful Overman Project and its political goals.





“Immortality is a bore and a curse… but death doesn’t seem entirely
pleasant, either.”  In a life filled with loathsome diseases and other
infirmities that cut far too many lives short, it is difficult to
imagine immortality as a curse. But perspectives shift when you consider
outliving all of your friends, and for the Old Man, this results in
constant struggles with his choices and his ethics. Jordan Mund
demonstrates an excellent grasp on the narrative with readers slowly
coming around to the Old Man’s point of view and, in the end,
understanding his life-altering decisions. We Are God is an fascinating
dystopian tale that will really make you think deeply and live life more
fully.

Monday, March 2, 2020

PARA//EL LIVES

NEW RELEASE!





The story, which begins in an assisted-living facility in New Hampshire, leads to 18th century Boston and London, where there may be unfinished business that residents, through mirror selves, must take care of. As Abe, Mercy, and their friends come under the influence of forces they don't understand, they adopt antique attire, get drunk on two-hundred-year-old wine, and become experts in the lives of their other selves. In their alter egos, Mercy is Mercy Otis Warren, playwright and historian from Massachusetts at the time of the American Revolution; and Abe is Gentleman Johnny Burgoyne, the general who at Saratoga lost the battle that led to England losing the war and who then became one of the most popular playwrights on the London stage.After dreams of what their other selves did and could have done, Mercy and Abe discover a tunnel in the basement that leads to other places and other times, where they could accidentally or deliberately change the course of history.
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