Wednesday, April 6, 2016

Featured Book: The Chorus Effect by Russell Boyd

Until recently, Chintz had been a relatively normal guy with a relatively normal cat. For example, neither he, nor his cat, had ever journeyed to a synthetic parallel universe. He had never encountered a teleporting baby or an emotionally mature computer. He could count on one hand the number of philosophical discussions he'd had with people holding multiple degrees in advanced physics. And thus far, his relationship with the voices in his head had been purely platonic.

Suddenly, Chintz finds himself working alongside a dysfunctional team of scientists and their astonishing creations, seeking answers to age-old questions - answers that could change our concept of humanity. Of course, that's only if they can survive federal law enforcement, starvation, psychopathic figments of imagination, the hostile old man who lives across the street, and the end of the "known universe."

Well, actually it's the end of "a" universe, that "only some people know about." But for Chintz, that may not be any better at all.



About the author:

Russell Boyd is an Austin-based writer and musician. He currently lives in Round Rock with his family, where they play video games and drink whiskey.



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