Lucifer by Michael Cordy

Lucifer

Michael Cordy

The difference between this thriller and others is the mixture of quantum physics and theology. What does happen to us when we die? Don't be put off by references to qubits and photon quantum bits. The conflict between brainy hero and heroine and super-brainy villain is written with movie rights in mind.

Extract

Accosta watched as the frail patient was laid on the bed and her eyes were pegged open. He envied her imminent release .... But his time would come.
'After tonight, we can put an end to all this suffering,' he said, as the glass sphere was placed over the subject's head. 'And after the Day of Soul Truth, when the truth is revealed for all to see, evil will have no more place in this world.
'Yes, Your Holiness," agreed Soames. 'Yes, indeed.'

Parallels
  • Timeline by Michael Crichton
  • 2001, 2010, 3001 by Arthur C Clarke