BIO-SAPIEN Book 1: Optic-Warp
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A young man by the name of Jaden is abducted by benevolent aliens, bio-engineered to superhuman levels and sent back to Earth years later to stop an alien invasion.
150,000 years ago Darclonians began on an experimental dark energy/dark matter weapon that works only with carbon based life forms. The organic subject would eventually die. 100,000 years ago Darclonian probes sought out thousands of planets with life on them that could develop into intelligent life forms. The probes fired Quadrillions of Nanomoles into Earth’s atmosphere seeking intelligent life.
The Nanomoles hid inside of the modern Homosapien brain and studied humans for thousands of years. The Nanomoles recorded our feelings, memories, emotions, experiences and DNA from generation to generation. Today the Nanomoles await a signal from a Darclonian mothership to begin it’s 84 hour three stage countdown. Jaden’s bio-engineered body is the key to perfecting the Darclonian’s weapon of mass destruction. The rebirth of science fiction begins.
ABOUT THE BOOK
IMAGINE discovering a UFO and then having to hide inside of it after the elite unit of the army chases you to it in an attempt to kill you. Imagine having an out of body experience and flying a very advanced spaceship by pure thought. Going against jetfighters and making a mockery of the United States Air force. Imagine having your nerves and senses connected with the ship and feeling what the ship does.
Imagine traveling from Earth to Jupiter in 30 minutes and then exploring Jupiter’s ice ocean moon Europa, what ocean aliens will you encounter?
Imagine traveling towards our Sun at the speed of light and thinking you are going to die, only to have your molecules vaporized with the spaceship and transported in subspace through a system called Optic-warp. Imagine waking up on an alien planet in the Andromeda Galaxy that uses virtual worlds as a home city.