SF Fan All My Life

… And now someone I know has written an SF novel.

Jim Downey, former co-blogger on Unscrewing the Inscrutable, that historic godless blog created by Brent Rasmussen, is the author of Communion of Dreams.

The year is 2052, and the human race is still struggling to recover from a massive pandemic flu some 40 years previously.  When an independent prospector on Saturn’s moon Titan discovers an alien artifact, assumptions that we are alone in the universe are called into question.  Knowing that news of such a discovery could prompt chaos on Earth, a small team is sent to investigate and hopefully manage the situation.  What they find is that there’s more to human history, and human abilities, than any of them ever imagined.  And that they will need all those insights, and all those abilities, to face the greatest threat yet to human survival.

You can order it in Kindle, paperback, direct telepathic transmission, or as a nano-chip created by fearfully advance aliens and installed directly into your brain.

Okay, I made those last two up.

But you can get a free Kindle download for the next three days.


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