Book: Somaxx by Gary G. Tibbetts
|5 stars based on the 3 most helpful Amazon reviews|
Gary G. Tibbettsabout this book: Why do fictional explorations of the future always end up in a gloomy dystopia? I wrote Somaxx to showcase my optimism about life in America in 2045.
To make convincing projections, I stuck my neck out enough to briefly sketch world history for the next thirty years. I'll have to confess that I let my conservative viewpoint guide my thinking, but I've tried hard not to offend liberal sensibilities.
This is not a work of political philosophy or guesses about the future; it is an adventure story about how Scott Palmer, an engineer of our age who transports himself to 2045, copes with challenges like a sizzling but disorienting experience with "simsex" and an international drug cartel eager to exploit the knowledge he brought with him. Ultimately, Scott embraces the new era in which true love can still be found and people never totally die.
From the reviewers:
• A thoughtful "Rip Van Winkle" tale.
• …fast-paced, imaginative story.
• …captivating read…
• The plausibility...is enhanced by the author's background in physics.
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