PRLog - Sep. 15, 2012 - KAWASAKI-SHI, Japan -- Author Regina Glei is pleased to announce that her soft SF adventure novel "Dome Child" received an Honorable Mention at the 2012 San Francisco Book Festival, SF category.
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Shortly after, "Dome Child" fared even better at the 2012 New York Book Festival, where the novel was selected Runner-Up in the SF category.
Jove Hendricks wishes he had never moved to Shangbei: it’s too hot and humid and the religious conflicts are even more intense than in his hometown Hamberwa. Soon war looms in this post-robot-apocalypse world of church politics and intrigue. Jove’s boss, the Grand Priestess of the Good Faith sect, teams up with her allies against the Mukol doomsday faith, which promises relief from worldly misery by destroying the cause of all human suffering: the earth itself.
On top of the political bickering, Jove suffers from a recurring nightmare in which he sees a place he dubbed the “Dome of Souls” – a giant hall where he lies immobile and suspended in thin air among billions of people. One night, the Dome gives Jove a four-word message that can save the world. Trouble is, he doesn’t understand what “Lenny escaped and survived” means. The only one who does is Grand Priest Shavendra, the head of the Mukol doomsday cult that wants to destroy the planet.
About the Author:
"Nothing is as interesting as other people's problems."
That's the overall motto of Regina's speculative fiction.
Regina Glei was born in Germany but nourished a fascination for the Far East ever since she was a little girl. A graduate in Japanese Studies, she has resided and worked in Japan for more than ten years.
Living far away from her home country has been a powerful influence on her fiction, which she describes as speculative and sometimes weird...
You can find more information about Regina and her writing on her homepage
Regina at juka-productions dot com
“Dome Child”, a science fiction adventure novel of 408 pages, is available at:
E-book (Kindle): http://www.amazon.com/
Regina’s homepage: http://www.juka-
Regina’s blog: http://www.juka-