Book: Oversee of One - A Story of Perception by Josh Cook
|4.7 stars based on the 3 most helpful Amazon reviews|
Josh Cookabout this book: Jameston Harlan, grounded, down to earth, intelligent. Unruffled is his normal state of being. But when he applies for and gets a job as a sphere jockey for the DTA, Jameston has the challenge of his life. Living alone for 18 months, miles underground, keeping a multi-billion dollar computer up and running, and that's the easy part. When events he can't explain start to happen around him, Jameston doesn't know what to believe. Is it his sanity slipping, or is the computer system, GHIB-T47 right about what's going on? Or is something else, something far more dangerous going on?
The system tells him it's time travel, something the DTA knows about, but keeps secret. As more events happen around him, Jameston has to decide what he really believes.
• "Great read! I am not usually a reader of science fiction, but I thoroughly enjoyed this story. Very suspenseful and thought provoking." — Booklover70
• "Fantastic writing in this science fiction story. I usually choose a biography but this science fiction story kept me on the edge of my seat!" — Nancy Hoffman
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