This Is Jonathan Lyons Second Novel And Is Titled Machina It Is A Speculative, Metaphysical, Philosophical, And Very Unusual Novel That Pulls In Notions About Reality From Quantum Mechanics, String Theory, Various Religious Tomes, Descartes, Eastern Notions Of Reality And The Universe, The Schroedinger Probability Wave, Heisenberg S Uncertainty Principle, And , To Deal With The Question Of What Happens When God, Whatever That Is, Dies Who Finds Out, And How And What Would They Do To Set Things Right Grand Conspiracy And The Old Remote Viewing Psychic Spy Programs Come Into Play Machina A Philosophical, Metaphysical Work Of Speculative Fiction By Jonathan Lyons Compelling, Challenging, And Satisfying I Couldn T Put It Down Possibly The Best Book That I Ve Read All Year Jonathan Lyons Has Written A Truly Excellent Novel Machina Is Even Better Than Burn, And Burn Was Great Dan L Hollifield, Aphelion Magazine Nominated For The P.K Dick Award 2004
Jonathan Lyons spent twenty years as a foreign correspondent and editor for Reuters, much of it in the Islamic world He holds a Ph.D in sociology from Monash University and lives in Portland, Oregon His publications include The House of Wisdom How the Arabs Transformed Western Civilization and with Geneive Abdo Answering Only to God Faith and Freedom in Twenty First Century Iran.
- 180 pages
- Jonathan Lyons
- 26 February 2017 Jonathan Lyons