Leonard Oliver is a teacher in Anzac, Alberta. Though born in Harbour Grace, Newfoundland, he currently resides in Fort McMurray, Alberta.
He is the father of two boys, Zachary and Devin. He is also the stepfather of two young adults, Alex and Timothy.
To quote him. "I owe my partner, Angelique, a lot of credit when it comes to my novels. She convinced me to put some of my outlandish stories and ideas to paper. Since then I have made writing a hobby."
Jaxon Harrison struggles to convince the Souls and their Hosts about the coming Darkness. However, a new organization, The Draconian Council, demands Cian’s presence. Little do they know that the Overseer is crippled and in a Host that cannot function at his full potential. While certain societies support him, others want him dead. What side is the Draconian Council on?
Is Humanity genetically engineered? Is our self-awareness the result of a rushed million-year-old experiment? Do immortal aliens, living within each of us, wage secret wars to control the events of our lives?
If so, why do agents of the Catholic Church want an unknown archeologist killed?
Could machines feel?
If so, would we as a race be willing to see them as equals?
Would the moral majority persecute them, hunt them and degrade them as they struggled for basic human rights?
Could a machine, struggling to understand emotional intelligence, fall in love with a human?
Could she love it back?