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Kayla Nighthawk, born crippled and orphaned in the theocratic realm of Potemia, defies her society’s ban against reading the ancient books on sciencecraft. Her search for a cure for her deformities and for the meaning of existence itself becomes a matter of life or death for Kayla—as well as for all of humanity.

This is the history of the next millennium of humankind. An epic tale of technology and the backlash against it. A journey of war, love, sex, revenge, and heartbreak—a philosophical adventure story.

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About the Author

Scott Burdick studied art at Chicago’s American Academy of Art and then film and writing at Columbia College, where his short story “Fear” was published in the Hair Trigger anthology. He subsequently illustrated covers for TSR’s Dungeon and Dragon magazines, as well as working on the development team for Dreamworks’ animated feature film Spirit. Unsatisfied with the prospect of living in Chicago or Los Angeles and working for others, he and his wife, artist Susan Lyon, moved to the foothills of the Appalachians in rural North Carolina, establishing a home base for traveling the world and researching many cultures and indigenous tribes for his artworks, novels, and short stories. Burdick’s paintings are widely shown in galleries and museums across the country, and he has directed three independent documentaries on religion. Many of the themes of his films overlap those of his novels: religion, science, philosophy, morality, and the direction of technology.