PRLog - Nov. 5, 2012 - NEW YORK -- CONTACT: Bille Anthony Sinclair, 240-543-1009, email@example.com (mailto:bilantos22@
New Novel THE CRAZED METHOD Portrays a Man's Odyssey to Free a Solar System from Genetic Collapse
NEW YORK, November 5, 2012-In his second novel, Bille Anthony Sinclair presents a science fiction novel which opens with a visitation to Earth in 1758. That sets into motion a chain of events in present day New York City. A TV personality, Kymon Lohre, is gloomy over the vanishing of his wife, Lorraine.
In this first installment of a series, Kymon is driven by his courageous, impetuous nature and a profound love for Lorraine. "Nothing intrudes on his focus," Sinclair said. "He remains steadfast despite those who threaten and obstruct him."
He encounters four mysterious women, who are aliens from another solar system-the Zov. This civilization has been in crisis for over two hundred years. Since that time, males have been extinct there. Lorraine has been kidnapped and taken to the Zov with the intent to bait Kymon.
These women are from planets in conflict. Some rulers seek the re-introduction of males in society, opposing rival leaders who will fight to maintain the status quo. The Zov is on the verge of war over this crisis and other valuable resource issues. Kymon is transported to the Zov and becomes embroiled in the furor.
Eventually, he rescues Lorraine. War is averted, but all lives are held in a delicate balance. War, intrigue, and jealousy fuel a love triangle. "The monstrous and the mundane with all of the contradictions in between shape Kymon's universe," Sinclair noted. "All of that has constructed the platform for his success."
Bille Anthony Sinclair is an author and filmmaker. His debut novel, Those Who Go Alive is a supernatural mystery. His films include: We Are One and Flaming Tango. He lives in the New York City area. Please visit him at ravemode.com.
The Crazed Method ISBN: 9781462654772, 419 pages, hardcover (ebook available January 2013) PublishAmerica, 2012 from online retailers and the publisher 301-874-9124.
CONTACT: Bille Anthony Sinclair, 240-543-1009, firstname.lastname@example.org.