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What if eternal life was an option? What would this look like? And what if you have done some really bad stuff could you transfer to another body? This is the exciting premise of Transference.
The main character, Barrabas claims that this is exactly what happened while facing execution. He states someone else was responsible for the crimes thought to be committed by him! Is this man telling the truth, has he undergone transference? Is he who the authorities think he is? Thus begins a rollercoaster ride, leaving you questioning everything.
The journey that Transference takes makes this a compelling story. The use of science fiction to explore ideas around identity is a brilliant concept. With a faint hint of Total Recall, it's both interesting and worrying to imagine a world where technology can lead to your body and mind no longer being a safe haven.
I think that the author writes in an imaginative way and I really enjoyed this book. It's a great recommendation for sci-fi fans.
In the year 2102, mankind has discovered the secret of eternal life. Human souls can be moved from one body to another through the process known as transference. Control of this new technology has fallen under the dominion of Jovian—a powerful prophet and head of the Church which governs every aspect of existence.
Banished to a mining colony on a distant planet for lawlessness is Barrabas Madzimure—the king of thieves. Only when Barrabas faces execution does he claim that another man committed his infamous crimes decades earlier. The authorities are suspicious. Is he the Madzimure of legend, or just another victim of transference?
The epic story of a personal mission, Transference takes the reader on a heart-racing journey through rebellion, revenge, self-sacrifice, and the soul’s search for identity.
When everything you believe about civilization is a lie, the ultimate power is truth.
Publication date: 13/01/2020
Publisher: Ingleside Avenue Press;
|Publication date:||13th January 2020|
|Publisher:||Ingleside Avenue Press;|
|Genres:||Crime / Mystery, Sci-Fi and Fantasy,|