The fate of the world rests on the haunches of a genetically altered cat named Fluffy.
(PRUnderground) March 28th, 2019
In this Young Adult science fiction thriller, author Ted Myers has created a world of imagination and suspense, unlike anything you’ve ever read.
It’s 2135. Fluffy, a super-intelligent GAB (Genetically Altered Brain) cat, leaves the safety of her home to look for her lost brother. On the way, she falls in with a motley crew of animal revolutionaries. Like many dogs, cats, mice, and the occasional pig, Fluffy’s brain is the product of genetic tinkering by humans that started more than a century ago. With their powers of telekinesis, GAB animals can manipulate physical objects without being able to grasp them. They can speak to each other telepathically without audible voices. Now, humans have begun to fear them and to systematically exterminate them. Will Fluffy and her friends survive the perils of this hostile world? Will they find a way to stop the asteroid that threatens to annihilate Earth?
Myers says: “While Fluffy’s world is dark and dystopian, this is essentially a tender and uplifting tale, filled with hope and humor. I wanted to show the essential innocence of these special animals that shines through in spite of their great intelligence. There are many lessons in Fluffy’s Revolution: Nonviolence trumps violence, there is hope when we put our differences aside and work together, we’ve got to take better care of our planet, no one is beyond redemption, and, of course, the best way to move an asteroid with your mind.”
Copies of Fluffy’s Revolution will be available March 28, 2019, at all major booksellers, including Amazon, Barnes & Noble, and Black Rose Writing
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