But Love's Objected

by Joseph Dussourd

But Love's Objected Synopsis

But Love's Objected is a science fiction/fantasy novel by Joseph Dussourd which examines the practical and philosophical conflict that exists between debit- and credit-based economies as mining colonies are established on the moon, and as the middle class begins to colonize the solar system. But Love's Objected depicts these issues as a conflict of personalities between the two main characters, John Jake Jackson, and Richard Mendel Bellbridge, who are hopelessly deadlocked over the separation of church and state, and the value, cost and role of organized government as the earth-based economy faces collapse and as mankind begins to push out into the colonization of space. One will not survive this conflict. But Love's Objected is not a typical sci-fi adventure with aliens and ray guns and heroic humanoids; it addresses some of the most profound issues facing mankind as we enter the new mellinium. For more information, please go to josephdussourd.com

Book Information

ISBN: 9781435702011
Publication date: 8th November 2007
Author: Joseph Dussourd
Publisher: Lulu.com
Format: Paperback
Pagination: 252 pages
Categories: Science fiction,

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