Jack Sroka is a novelist and script developer focused on speculative fiction, philosophy and noetic sciences. His protagonists often find themselves in Kafkian-like situations and realities where they have to fight for survival; for their identities and for discovering deeper meaning of things. He enjoys the works of writers like John Irving, Robert Hellenga, Richard K. Morgan, Stieg Larsson, Carlos Ruiz Zafon and many others. He makes his home in Southern California.
In the year 2229, John Doe #112 finds himself on a quest to uncover his own identity. What he unveils in the process is not only where he had come from, but also an alternate history of the human race. In the present, Mark Marcus runs for his life after his wife –a prominent Los Angeles Times science journalist- is assassinated during the interview of one of the most reclusive physicists.