Genex of Halcyon (Paperback)
In this near-future utopia, in Halcyon all are free. People with wings fly alongside skyline railcars, between the towers. They are more than what we’ve known as human, the next stage of our evolution. Amid the psychic computers and genetic freaks, competitive laser sports and mindless bots, runs a love triangle stronger than death itself. Over these three nights in 2051, Harmony and Azad must find their way through misfits and prophets, blood and tears, to new horizons. Their fate, in the time of climate change, in the afterglow of the rise of machines, is entwined with the world.
About the Author
Raised in Colorado by an ex-lawyer turned philosopher and cabbie, and a reformed catholic nun, Stelling cut his teeth in middle-class suburbia, learning everything about sex, drugs and science the hard way--through books. A poet and music lover, he spent his time running record stores around Denver, building his own art on the side. In time the stories inside the man boiled over, becoming worlds, and his pages turned into books. Combining hard sci-fi and adult fiction with a fluent love of metaphor and poetry, his work will challenge you but leave you wanting more. Should you meet a philosopher driving a cab in the skies above Korea, sometime in the next fifty years or so, you'll know it is another lost daydream of Joshua Stelling, like no other.