Foreword Reviews

Knocking on Heaven's Door

2016 INDIES Finalist
Finalist, Science Fiction (Adult Fiction)

Humans now hunt in tribal bands, reunited with friends like the shaggy mammoth. When scientists first cloned extinct Pleistocene species, they discovered that some were telepathic—that consciousness travels in waves. Now animism has become our religion, a panpsychism compatible with physics. It’s too bad utopia had to come at the cost of a super-virus wiping out most people on Earth. On the anniversary of that horror, we are faced with new decisions. Evolution is about to get very strange.