Entropic Quest

Rated 4.67/5 based on 3 reviews
In this dystopian fantasy, certain people are stuck at binary ages due to an unknown cause. They cannot age, or change, or become sick or even injured. By turns experimented on, abused, tortured and scorned, they are eventually exiled into a strange prison, an infinite forest world from which there is no escape. There they seek a cure, an antidote, a solution to their problem. Book 1 of Epic Fail More
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About Tom Lichtenberg

I've written a lot of stories, and one thing I've learned is that stories have a life. They want to be read, and they're brought to life by readers. Readers give them meaning, give them substance and fulfill their destinies. Stories aren't picky about who reads them. They welcome everyone. Money means nothing to them - they don't care how much the reader paid and they equally don't care how much the author made. Stories want to live and they want to be a part of your life. I often think of them as like paper boats you place upon a stream. You never know where they'll end up!

"Author of curiously engaging novellas. His stories are not driven by action but by mood and metaphysics. His premises often begin with fairly standard, often vaguely science-fiction concepts, but he spins those concepts out into melancholy, thoughtful tales in which he explores the emotion and (often) dislocation that people feel when confronted by something outside their normal experience." - Devon Kappa

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James Jenkins reviewed on Aug. 18, 2017

Well written and original.

Mostly plausible in universe scenarios and plot progression.

I will be reading the next one.
(review of free book)
readly6 reviewed on June 12, 2017

Well now that was something different,
guess I will have to read the next book.
(review of free book)
B.J. Price reviewed on Aug. 13, 2012
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Very strange story and very enjoyable.
(review of free book)
Carla Herrera reviewed on July 18, 2012

Excellent read. A witty adventure story with crazy characters reminiscent of Rudy Rucker's Ware Tetrology. It's a quick read and leaves you wanting more, more, more.
(review of free book)
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