The Halferne Bodhi

The Halferne Bodhi is intended to be the sixth and final part of a cycle of novels in a shared universe. All six novels can be read individually, with no knowledge of the other stories in the series, or in order as one loosely-connected story (that I hope to explore and resolve in a separate cycle of novels).

All six books are science fiction, but told in a different style/subgenre. I would call this one a cerebral "humanist/existential/subjective experience" story (I really wanted to strech my legs and do something in the style of Khafka or Camus), though it does have some of the action and adventure is common in the other five.

Vidas Sheng has been a man traveling without a soul ever since God, or at least what he assumed was God, stopped talking to him. Leaving the ministry behind, he has spent five years traveling from colony world to colony world, doing odd jobs, and trying to learn the truth about the voices in his head.

Now, his search has brought him to Earth, where he begins to find his answers -- answers that both terrify and thrill him; answers that could cost him his sanity ... or even his life.

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