Three Grams of Elsewhere
by Andy Giesler
Fifty years ago, civil war fractured the United States. Ever since, Harmony “Bibi” Cain has isolated himself from society, from technology, from family. A powerful empath weary from the intrusion of others’ emotions, he hopes for peace in his golden years.
But when four impossible killings shake North America, he’s drawn into an investigation he wants nothing to do with. The victims were killed by unstoppable drones only an empath can control—and decades ago, Bibi was part of the program that weaponized empathy. Now, everything depends on Bibi’s lifelong struggle with his own extraordinary ability.
“[A] stunningly well-crafted science fiction novel…Giesler pushes readers to think deeply about how we connect to each other…” —The BookLife Prize from Publisher’s Weekly (10 out of 10)