A Futuristic NovelBook - 2013
Sage Rojan, genius inventor and futurist, stands before 'Judge and Jury,' not to defend past deeds, but to plead for the lives of the millions of people placed in mortal jeopardy by his own ill-considered actions. 'These are the actions of a madman', one says. 'Perhaps the result of a life filled with genius,' whispers another. Sage Rojan knows the truth, and it's up to him to make things right. But before he can save the world, he must first save himself. "There are no inconsequentials," Rojan pleads to Judge and Jury, "Even a single atom can affect the world around it. Those atoms and their orbiting electrons exist in an expanse small enough that, if you removed all of the space between them, an entire solar system would fit into an area the size of a sugar cube. Every being, large, small, brilliant, or foolish, depends on the contribution of the others. Where is the wisdom if intelligence is not used in the service of compassion?"
Publisher: Calgary : Edge Science Fiction and Fantasy Publishing, 
Branch Call Number: JEFFR
Characteristics: 243 pages ; 22 cm