Casimir Effect published on Amazon

Casimir Effect is our first novella that has been published as a low-cost eBook and Print copy. This was first written and published in 2009, it now time to offer this book again in a more permanent position on Amazon.

The original concept was to do a variation on Shakespeare’s Romeo and Juliet but somehow based it around time travel. We already had the setting of NeuroSys established and mostly developed as a Role-Playing game world. It felt natural to use this setting and expand upon the history and some of the characters.

Casimir Effect managed to maintain many of the themes of Romeo and Juliet by using different and competing times lines instead of warring families, that is used as a device to keep the young lovers apart.

Casimir Effect
by Gabriel & Lydia Strange-Wood

Casimir Effect PublishedDr Alice Sharpe has a choice to make, stay with her true love and risk the collapse of the space-time Continuum, or take more drastic measures to prevent the destruction of the universe.

Alice is thrown through time and into her own past. She finds her true love in Dr Robert Cameron. However, if she embraces this love she risks a paradox that could destroy all of creation. She must lay low and bide her time until she can find a way to fix things.

Cromwell Jackson has knowledge of Alice sent back by his future self. He is most insistent that Alice and Dr Cameron comply with his wishes and allow him to become the dominant technological force, even if the cost is the end of time itself.

  • Paperback: 73 pages
  • Language: English
  • ISBN-10: 1520348495
  • ISBN-13: 978-1520348490
  • Product Dimensions: 15.2 x 0.4 x 22.9 cm

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