Tuesday, February 18, 2014

This Just In… ERO by F. P. Dorchak

Astronaut Jimmy Cherko is marooned aboard a damaged space station. Alone, amnesic, and apparently held prisoner within a bizarre, technological confinement during a space war, he’s assaulted by disturbing memories. Often contradictory, his flashbacks reveal inconsistent and paradoxical lives and strange family events: his mother’s “sleepwalking, ” her questioning the number of children the family really had, his dad’s missing time and memories while in the submarine service, his own mysterious and life-long association with herds of deer. Is he really an on-orbit spy or a mere desk jockey?

ERO is about fact manipulation, disinformation and obfuscation. About how one's life can take a severe left turn. Nothing can be trusted -- not experience and certainly not memory. Are the lives we live really our own?

You can order ERO here. Visit author F. P. Dorchak on the web here. ◊

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