Thomas Manu has lived for almost 1,000 years. Long enough to see humans reach a technological acme, watch it crumble in the face of a global disaster, and see it rise again in the form of multiple oppressive forms of rule. In that time he has used his memories and lost technology to help people recover what they have lost: their technology, their freedom, and their humanity. But resistance is determined, violent, and indoctrinated, and time is running out.
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This author has held several positions in recent years, including Content Writer, Grant Writer, Obituary Clerk, and Staff Writer, and is under the false impression that these experiences have added to his character since they have not contributed much to his finances. He was awarded a BFA in Creative Writing and Journalism and a BA in Technical Communication by Bowling Green State University because they are giving and eager to make friends. He has a few scattered publications with The Circle magazine, Wild Violet, Toasted Cheese, and Lovable Losers Literary Revue, and resides in the drab, northeastern region of Ohio because it makes everything else seem fascinating, exotic, and beautiful.
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