Book - The Eternal Gene - Ankush Sam Thorpe

The best science fiction books are based on imagination and foresight. They make the readers curious, suspicious, and excited. They help one think about whether such a world can exist.
CHANDIGARH, India - Oct. 11, 2022 - PRLog -- When all this comes from a debutante author, Ankush Sam Thorpe, rest assured that you have laid your hands on a brilliantly creative, well-written and smooth, and thoroughly engaging book.

The Eternal Gene, comprising six stories, are tales which answers questions like whether the world that we reside in is the real one or not, whether we can trust what we remember if extraterrestrial species visited Earth in the prehistoric era or not and if a rare mutation has the ability to stop ageing.

The stories are about a man's journey to investigate his father's mysterious death, which leads him to the nation's best-kept secret, about a gut-wrenching revelation during a soldier's attempt to finish a mission in a world long forgotten, about the revelation when one of the protagonists learn that the reality is not what it seems amidst an imminent political coup, about a man representing Earth when he suddenly wakes up billions of light-years away in an intergalactic conference, and about a group of Neanderthals being visited by a guest from a hyper-advanced civilization which changes the course of evolution on Earth. The Eternal Gene is, indeed, a collection of fascinating science-fiction stories interwoven with suspense and thrill.

Ankush Sam Thorpe grew up in Punjab and went on to graduate in Anthropology and complete his post-graduation in Genetics. Science fiction entered his soul when he was just a teenager. He had then been obsessed with Hollywood science fiction films, especially The Terminator and Jurassic Park. This love affair grew when he read the Sidney Sheldon novel The Doomsday Conspiracy and got solidified with Dan Brown's The Lost Symbol and George Orwell's 1984. However, his passion for storytelling grew with Isaac Asimov's short story Nightfall, which inspired him to create his own tales. In 2011, at the age of 20, he wrote his first short story, A Stitch in Time, exhibiting his fascination with science and history.


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