In the future where Earth’s population has become ravaged by pandemics and climate change, the future of mankind rests with a small fleet of space craft. The vessels traverse the vast expanse of space in a bid to find a new planet, so that mankind can start over. Each ship carries a precious cargo of DNA, the building blocks of humanity.
The brilliant technologist, Chen Kimura pilots the ship, ‘Eureka’ with Tal, his android assistant. As the mission progresses, the Eureka encounters a catastrophic situation that leads to Chen escaping within an isolation pod. The pod floats aimlessly until it is caught by the gravitational field of a planet and descends.
Upon arrival, Chen awakens from his deep sleep to find the planet resembles Earth, but all is not as it seems.
The follow up to, “The Chronicle of Flesh.”
Augustine Scarlett seeks the truth about a death within the clergy. His only lead is a mute patient within a secure hospital.
He discovers the imminent birth of a child has caused turmoil between the forces of good and evil.
Augustine is led into a test of faith and temptation by the demon, Andras, as both sides attempt to win the battle that will bring their redemption.
A group of teenage criminal misfits, led by Barry, a youth worker are given a last chance with a team building exercise in the Moors of North Yorkshire, England.
Their weekend is to be spent teaching them teamwork, social skills and the meaning of life. Little do they know, those skills will prove to be a matter of life or death as they discover it isn’t just animals who inhabit the dense wilderness.
“The words were in a language I did not know, a glossolalia that somehow merged with my consciousness, a forgotten dialect which enchanted and educated. As the voice flowed, I understood…”
In a post Brexit Britannia, one man’s struggle against the authoritarian rule of Conservative leader, Barrington Blair leads to revelation. Memory. The unlikely hero, Philip Anderson takes a journey through multiple realities as he slowly recalls his true nature.
A book that is part science fiction, part theological fantasy, The Man Who Knew Everything is the second novel by M.D. Muller. Influenced by the ideas of Terence McKenna, Alan Watts and Philip K Dick, it is as disorientating and cleansing as a psychedelic drug trip.
Clara has two lives. A professional life as a successful author, and a personal life that is plagued by her own demons. The pleasures of the flesh and ritualistic drug abuse have not delivered her into the paradise she was promised. Andras, once a Great Marquis of Hell, finds Clara and draws her into his Faustian Pact.
She can have all she desires, if she commits a simple act. Murder.
A journey of redemption begins. A journey of surrealism, of nightmares, and dreams that fuse with reality. The victims feed a mutual hunger, but where does the warped fantasy end?