"Homo Cosmicus: A Science Fiction Novel"
Aliens Transport Earthling to Another Planet in Sci-Fi Adventure
By: Strategic Book Publishing and Rights Co, LLC
In "Homo Cosmicus: A Science Fiction Novel," Brazilian student Paulo Roberto is abducted in 1989 by aliens from a highly developed civilization across the universe. Paulo discovers that star Cygni 61, which they call Omeron, is a very strange world in every respect.
This is a world without money and without states, a world of eternal peace and love, where humans are the gods themselves. Omeroneans use telepathy to communicate instead of speech and have forgotten the use of money. These nondescript supermen, almost imperishable and ethereal, live long lives and soar through the air like biblical angels.
In 2023, Paulo returns to Earth with some great stories to tell, but will he be believed? And what does he discover about the planet he left behind 34 years ago? Find out in "Homo Cosmicus."
About the Author: Todor Bombov is a senior customs officer with 27 years of service in Varna, Bulgaria. He wrote the first variation of this book in 1990 to take part in an international CNN contest. "I found that a society without money and without states is completely possible, a society without crimes, murders, frauds, and evils." This is the author's third book.
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"We are thrilled to announce the release of this wonderfully creative science fiction novel that takes readers to a planet we can only imagine. Sit back and enjoy the ride," said Robert Fletcher, CEO of Strategic Book Publishing and Rights Agency.
HOMO COSMICUS: A SCIENCE FICTION NOVEL (ISBN: 978-1-946540-
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