‘There is a question you have never asked me, Michael – one, I suspect, you have yet to ask yourself.’
We were sitting at a table in a windowless room, me and the android, Amadeus Klimt. The room was lit in mauve-coloured shades, though I couldn’t see a light bulb of any description. We were somewhere within the UNICORNE complex – a craft of indeterminate size, laid deep underwater off the coastline where I lived, accessed through a complicated network of tunnels, hidden in the workings of a disused mine. They, UNICORNE, were an organisation that investigated UNexplained Incidents, Cryptic Occurrences and Relative Nontemporal Events.
About the book
Michael has completed two missions for UNICORNE, but still hasn’t found his missing father.
When asked to investigate a scale of a dragon – the very same artefact his father was researching before he disappeared – Michael realizes he’s closer than ever to unlocking the truth. Soon, he learns that his father is lost in an alternative reality, and Michael is the only one with the power to save him …
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