The Art of Conversation

In the 23rd Century

A dystopian future, a dysfunctional past, transformation, temptation, good meets evil meets redemption … The Lord of Time reveals Himself (Hint: It isn’t Dr. Who…)

It’s the year 2213. Tyranny and greed have taken their course upon beleaguered planet Earth, supported by unbridled technology. Religion is censored, belief in God is scoffed at. But God…and but for the power of prayer!

When an unlikely woman, Franzes Silver, Chief Librarian of the Tri-galactic Empire of the known universe, is introduced to freedom through the Savior by a handsome and rather mysterious stranger, the power of her simple faith yields results that are beyond the reach of time itself, yet not beyond the reach of God.

Published in 2019, the year before the pandemic of mass hysteria plagued planet Earth, and well before the 2020 election illuminated deep-state corruption, the Art of Conversation is an edge-of-your-seat trip revealing the heart of evil — and its remedy.

Now on Amazon in two sizes of paperback as well as e-book format.

Deputy-in-Chief of the Intergalactic Library System, Franzes Silver, attemps to bring meaning into a bleak universe by teaching the skills of conversation, a lost art in the tech-oriented, 99% virtual future. Her in-person conversation seminar becomes wildly successful throughout the three galaxies.

One of her participants, Caspian Vrai, quickly distinguishes himself as a great asset to the group and, soon, to Franzes’ life. But when the Empire shuts her seminars down without explanation, Franzes is not only despondent, she is suspicious. The insidious plan of a desperate Empire eventually comes to light. As she leans on her newfound faith and the power of prayer, Franzes, with the help of Caspian, is inspired to try to save some of Earth’s inhabitants- all that it will require is…everything.

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