Oberlin's Anomaly, science fiction paperback book

Oberlin's Anomaly, science fiction paperback book

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L. Chance Shiver of ChanceShiver.com has written a new novel and Susettes Hand Dyed Art (SusetteShiver.com) produced a textile cover subsequently photographed by Ian Shiver of IanLoringShiver.com. What a family!!!!!

Originally from the DC area, Chance writes a science fiction novel set in an area he knows; the action takes place in Georgetown and along the canal and the Potomac river. A novel with history, emotion, big time action, and aliens reveals an intimate introduction to the Washington, DC area and shows us our true history (!).

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Jack Starkey, still struggling with clinical depression arising out of the deaths of his wife and son is caught up in a secret war that threatens life on earth. Just out of a mental institution, he is attacked and narrowly escapes death, beginning an astounding metamorphosis that his lover, Sheila Wainwright, and he face together. Proteus, a benign alien entity, enters their lives and illuminates Jack's true identity. A series of historical flashbacks demonstrate Proteus' direct, positive influence on pivotal figures in the rise of man. Proteus and his warriors face a malign alien species and their abduction of pregnant humans to create slaves for their purposes. Jack, his metamorphosis complete, has grown to tremendous size and overcome his depression, and he and Sheila join this cadre of extraordinary and diverse warriors in this ancient, clandestine conflict.

Susettes Hand Dyed Art made the front cover textile which was photographed by Ian Shiver (son) and then transferred to Tanja Propek of BookDesignTemplates.com. You can see the transition in the images! This science fiction book was written by Chance Shiver, so a family project with Chance doing 99% of the work!!!
L. Chance Shiver of ChanceShiver.com has written a new novel and Susettes Hand Dyed Art (SusetteShiver.com) produced a textile cover subsequently photographed by Ian Shiver of IanLoringShiver.com. What a family!!!!!

Originally from the DC area, Chance writes a science fiction novel set in an area he knows; the action takes place in Georgetown and along the canal and the Potomac river. A novel with history, emotion, big time action, and aliens reveals an intimate introduction to the Washington, DC area and shows us our true history (!).

Here is a description:

Jack Starkey, still struggling with clinical depression arising out of the deaths of his wife and son is caught up in a secret war that threatens life on earth. Just out of a mental institution, he is attacked and narrowly escapes death, beginning an astounding metamorphosis that his lover, Sheila Wainwright, and he face together. Proteus, a benign alien entity, enters their lives and illuminates Jack's true identity. A series of historical flashbacks demonstrate Proteus' direct, positive influence on pivotal figures in the rise of man. Proteus and his warriors face a malign alien species and their abduction of pregnant humans to create slaves for their purposes. Jack, his metamorphosis complete, has grown to tremendous size and overcome his depression, and he and Sheila join this cadre of extraordinary and diverse warriors in this ancient, clandestine conflict.

Susettes Hand Dyed Art made the front cover textile which was photographed by Ian Shiver (son) and then transferred to Tanja Propek of BookDesignTemplates.com. You can see the transition in the images! This science fiction book was written by Chance Shiver, so a family project with Chance doing 99% of the work!!!

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  • L. Chance Shiver, Asheville, NC