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It has been several years since Nelson lost his freedom to walk, confining him to a wheelchair. Once athletic, he spent his days away from home – and his parents, who never genuinely cared about him. A tragic accident left him a paraplegic ... his anger at his loss left him bitter. Nelson is unprepared for the thrill of his life when his friend enlists him as the sole administrator in a new virtual-reality, role-playing game, integrated by an invention that connects a computer to the human brain. He ironically chooses the alias: Sightless. Suddenly, his ability to walk is restored, but only within the confines of the medieval world known as Domain. Sightless now sees a future for himself in his Utopian reality and devises a plan he thinks can change the world. He enlists the help of the other moderators. Now he has the power to walk and the power to implement his plan. Thus begins the takeover.
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Author Lucas Heath was born and raised in the Puget Sound region of Washington State. From an early age, the fanciful worlds and characters he has created have found their way onto paper and with his developing skills, Lucas completed his first novel, Erased, at the age of 22. He sat on the manuscript for over a year before self-publishing it, after already having released the shorter sequel, BoX.
Switching gears from the mystery/thriller genre, Lucas returned to his work on the Domain: Virtual Takeover series - a project he had been developing for the past ten years. Thus Betawolf and Sightless were written.
In writing, Lucas aims to be the epitome of a mischievous story teller, one who weaves tales of mystery and suspense, pulling readers deeper until they can't escape from his grasp.
Lucas is currently working on the third book in the Domain: Virtual Takeover series, as well as another side project for which details will be released at a later date.
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