Cold Fusion 2000

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Alex Kavanagh is a physics-obsessed geek who's just had a horrible day. While drowning his sorrows he sees an ex, Lucy Spiers. They go on a date and he realises he still loves her.

Problem: she's changed. For a start, she’s actually Lucy’s twin sister, Jane...

Cold Fusion is a story wrapped around an enigma. It’s a novel about making peace with the past and moving on. More

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Words: 66,320
Language: English
ISBN: 9781301868971
About Karl Drinkwater

Karl Drinkwater is originally from Manchester but has lived in Wales for over fifteen years, ever since he went there to do a Master's degree: it was easier to stay than to catch a train back. His longest career was in librarianship (25 years); his shortest was industrial welding (1 week).

He started writing stories when he was 9, and hasn't stopped. His writing sometimes spends time in the sunlit patches of literary fiction, where it likes to picnic beneath an old oak tree, accompanied by a bottle of wine, some cake, and soul-searching peace. At other times his words slope off into the dark and tense shadows of horror fiction, and if you follow them you might hear chains rattling behind locked doors and the paranoid screams of the lost echoing in the distance. There is no obligation to enjoy both of those avenues. His aim is to tell a good story, regardless of genre, but it always comes down to life, death, and connection.

When he isn't writing or editing he loves exercise, computer games, board games, the natural environment, animals, social justice, and zombies; not necessarily in that order.

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Teaser trailer for the novel.

Aberystwyth University Book Festival talk
Video of a talk I gave about the novel - http://karldrinkwater.blogspot.com/2013/01/a-bit-of-old-chit-chat.html

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Review by: J Morgan on March 09, 2013 :
I found this novel compelling, there was a strong story throughout with humour and sadness. Felt like I was there watching things unfold. Very enjoyable.
(reviewed within a month of purchase)

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