The virginal Sarah picks up an 1800 year old Arab version of the Joy of Sex - a book called The Fountains of Pleasure - and begins to read ... An old man puts an unopened letter into a wooden box containing 128 similarly unopened other letters, closes the lid, and walks away ... Inside a stone cottage in Cornwall, seven members of a Goddess-worshipping lifestyle-Cult meet to go tripping on Apples and Hearts ... Helen and Loveday arrive at their new home in Exeter unaware of their future together as TNT manufacturing Eco-Warriors ...
A quartet of beginnings.
Sexual awakening, emotional torment, and the triumph of love over adversity; ecological sabotage, political fiction and drug-induced functional psychosis : these are the themes, things and events, both mundane and extraordinary, that shape the lives of the characters inhabiting the fictional world portrayed in the novel A Dream of Albion.
The novel is composed of three concurrent narratives, each of which is concerned with a different period in the life of the main character, Thomas Orto, together with the lives of his strange extended family. All three narratives are self-contained, yet inter-connect through shared events, characters, themes and places, so that the novel has an emergent narrative structure greater than the sum of its individual story parts.
Some time downstream of a possible future history, Earth has become Water in both nature and name, drowned by the liquid embrace of her own swollen oceans.
Either/Or meets Both/And
Seeking to engage the mind of the reader as well as their heart, Either/Or meets Both/And is an intellectual love story about (intrinsically ancient and totally fundamental) quantum love.
Nine hundred years before the events in Water, and the planet Earth is nearing the revolutionary Diamond Age of safe and pervasive nanotechnology.
The Antinomy of the Liar
The Way has opened, Sol system has become a memory, and pockets of Water and Koy are seeded throughout the galaxy by the metacetaceans and their synthetic, attenuated Children.