"Rarely have I encountered a story that conveys 'new thought'
ideas in such accessible, down-to-earth ways, and that's saying a lot for what's supposedly a work of science fiction."
"...combines new scientific theories with the intensity of a fast-moving thriller while making me
think about my own views on the evolution of mankind and what I want my role to be."
Kalmus' writing is destined to be regarded by a new generation of readers with the same reverence as those of us who know
and appreciate Heinlein's and Asimov's work."
"...opened my mind on many
different levels and entertained far beyond expectations."
"I could not put it down."
"Get a copy and don't let anyone else near it until you've finished!"
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What's it About?
In the metaphysical fiction novel Free Will Flux, the survivors of a worldwide earthquake
struggle to adapt to a world where the laws of physics have started breaking down. Time speeds up, slows down and changes
direction. Space folds in on itself, with objects - and people - suddenly disappearing and reappearing in the oddest of places.
And matter turns malleable, any one thing liable to change into another with no warning.
Isaac Pressman is everybody's favorite network news anchor and a terminally distant father
to his recalcitrant teenage boy who goes missing in the aftermath.
Savannah Fuentes is an Irish-American sculptress living with her farmer husband on their Mexican ranch who loses
a baby she didn't know she was carrying only to watch her beloved husband, seemingly as a result, lose his mind.
Joe's earliest memory is appearing in a pitch black mine in
the throes of collapsing in on itself. He emerges to find himself stranded in a mountain wasteland that seems to be actively
thwarting his every effort at escape. And the only thing stranger than this near-interminable maze in which he finds himself
is the people he meets at its end.
As space, time and
matter unravel around them, these three strangers, each seeking something or someone they lost, find each other and discover
that all their stories are part of the same single story.