Eccentric tech mogul and cult leader Richard Kryuss has developed a system of storing and transmitting data organically, connected by trees containing within their DNA the entirety of recorded human knowledge. Could his Terrestrially Regenerative Enhanced Extranet, or T.R.E.E., be a boon to mankind, or will it spell doom for the human race?
Spanning over 200,000 years of post-Earth human history, Effugium repeatedly defies the expectations of readers with Serling-esque twists and turns that refuse to adhere to convention.
Within its pages you’ll find the following: A space-faring cult on a multi-generational voyage to the Promised Land, A band of explorers braving the predator-filled jungles of an untamed alien world, the transference of human minds into virtually indestructible machine bodies, sentient blobs of pink slime who share a single consciousness and can fold space at will, a pterodactyl, a moody teenager’s blog, and a whole lot of bees.
With roots buried deep beneath the rich soil cultivated by the likes of Bradbury, Asimov, Clarke and Douglas Adams, Effugium explores wholly modern and forward-thinking speculative fiction concepts while maintaining a firm grasp on the fundamental elements that the genre was built upon.
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