A breakthrough in human biophysics is on the verge of making history and changing the medical landscape of our world. Welcome to ELF, the Extended Life Foundation.
Dr. Bryan Morgan had enjoyed a successful career with the Royal Army Medical Corps, and he has won awards as a clinical psychologist for his work treating soldiers with post-traumatic stress. Now he is unemployed and struggling with his own mental wellbeing amid marital and financial strain.
When he is headhunted by ELF, a top-secret institute whose efforts to advance medical technology and healthcare delivery push ethical boundaries, everything falls into place. It’s a dream job, but life is never that straightforward, and even the simplest discoveries can have deadly consequences.
Ahead lies a frightening and dangerous mission into the unknown, putting Bryan's life, and his sanity, at risk. Trapped in a loop of ever-growing chaos, he'll go to any lengths to protect his family and expose the truth before it's too late.
For those who could read between the lines, the new technology was terrifying. But Teletron and the government insisted it was safe.
Set in a near future where oil no longer exists, civil aviation has been replaced by commercial teleportation, improved battery technology underpins everything, algorithms optimise homes and electric cars, and people are forced to wear chips in their hands to protect their identification and bank accounts, Clotho revolves around a seventeen-year-old girl, Nova. Her father is killed in a deadly explosion at London City Teleport with five thousand others, but she survives. The exact circumstances behind the blast remain a mystery, though it has the radical Anti-Tech Movement written all over it.
Suffering from concussion and temporary memory loss, Nova finds herself entangled in a dangerous pursuit, catapulting her into a confused and lonely downward spiral. When she crosses paths with Arthur, a middle-aged man also haunted by family loss, and a homeless boy, Owen, she forms an unlikely bond, and their lives are irrevocably changed. But can she trust them?
Nova's memory is slowly returning with clues to a secret that will change the world, making her a girl who knows too much.
Great things never come from comfort zones. In an era of exploration like never before, they must rise to the challenge. And dare to fall.
Fable Sky, the world’s largest zero-pressure helium balloon, embarks on its inaugural flight into the stratosphere.
The space tourism project has taken many years, the assembly of a highly trained crew and a small fortune to get off the ground. If everything goes well, it will be a flight of discovery and transformation, a triumph of the human imagination. Furthermore, the commercial possibilities will ensure a prosperous future, targeting people yearning for a taste of space.
When the mission is turned upside down at 138,000 feet, things quickly spin out of control, leaving the crew stranded and vulnerable. It will need the project leader and captain, Will, to draw on all his experience and pull them together for an event that could change the course of human history – and possibly end it.
Hope begins in the dark. But what if the dark holds a horrifying reality no one is prepared to face?
Living below ground in darkness, the surviving crew members are alone and have no communication with the outside world. A simple choice awaits; sit tight and wait for a rescue that may never come or rise to face their destinies.
Will and Ariane, the tough NASA research pilot, must be the ones to guide them in this choice, despite facing their own uncertainties as tensions run high between the Fable Sky crew. The new world holds secrets lurking deep beneath the rubble, but are the dangers only outside their shelter or is there a threat much closer to home?
As the shadows draw in, the crew must face difficult choices, jeopardise their own humanity, and the strength of individuals must come to the fore.
In this third and final instalment to the genre-bending Balloon trilogy series, humanity and courage stand between survival and annihilation.
As rations dwindle and graves are hastily dug, time has run out for the remaining crew. Traumatised by recent events but still alive, they must venture out into the unforgiving environment in one last desperate push to survive.
They have suffered and sacrificed, and the memories of their previous lives comfort and torture them at equal turns. Once again, it comes down to Will to guide them through the dangers that inevitably lie ahead in a foreboding and uncertain future.
A land of promise awaits, but first impossible decisions need to be made, and the Fable Sky crew must be prepared to pay the ultimate price.
THE CUBICLE (Coming Soon)
How do you fight a system that is designed to bolt the door and dispose of the key?
Locked in a prison cell, known as the cubicle, Felix Dunmore is struggling to adjust to prison life. He’s also suffering from amnesia. He doesn’t know how he lost his memory. He doesn’t know why he’s in prison. Charting six months in the black hole between his incarceration and now, he can’t remember his trial, conviction or how his severe head trauma came to be.
All he knows is that the prison operates on its own rules, and that nothing is predictable. To survive, he’ll need to befriend the other inmates and toe the line. First, he’ll need to recover his memory so he can deconstruct the last six months. Until then, he’s a prisoner of his own mind.
A shocking and empowering story about an ordinary man struggling to find his place in a dark and dangerous world no one has seen before.