Dark Elsewhere (Book 1) – A Sci-Fi Cyberpunk Techno-Thriller

by Luke Davids

Is our own dimension the only possible world or are there others, stranger and more terrible than we could ever imagine?

Professor Oliver Jefferson has worked on secret research projects for US Military Intelligence for decades without ever needing to ask himself this question. But when he stumbles across the mysterious remains of highly advanced androids of unknown origin, it changes everything.

Haunted by dreams of a violent war in a world of AI beings and driven to breaking point by an over-reaching ambition to give true life to his own synthetic humanoids, Jefferson finds himself on the precipice of moral and physical disaster.

In some of our world’s great theologies, evil is said to be a sickness of the soul. But androids don’t have souls. Or do they?

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Category: Science Fiction – Cyberpunk

The Leveller – Book 1 of The Dark Elsewhere Series: A Sci-Fi Technothriller Series

by Luke Davids

Raised for military duty, the fate of the world rests on the shoulders of Captain Sahara Scholz.

Powerful forces still want the old status quo; where the unchipped were reduced to subsisting in desperate slums, where life was a daily fight for food, shelter, and basic medical supplies, whilst the chipped lived in ‘perceived’ bliss.

Against this backdrop, a killer, known only as ‘The Leveller’ has been targeting elite VIPs. Yet it is the suspect in the crimes that makes this mystery truly perplexing. CCTV footage points to a man who has been in a coma for three years.

Charged with solving the case, Sahara finds herself entangled in a web of intrigue and treason that crosses parallel worlds and stretches the bounds of reality.

Soon, she discovers she is not alone in her quest. An entity with superhuman strength and an appetite for destruction is plotting against her to achieve a dark and twisted agenda.

Can Sahara save her family and restore peace? Or will her world be jolted back into techno-slavery and the complete loss of human freedom?

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