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Some questions seem so outlandish that nobody would ever feel the need to consider them: Would I have the courage to kill my own father if the fate of humanity depended on it? Could I set aside my hate and ally myself with my brother's murderer to avoid a war? For Matt these aren't just questions, they are the harsh reality he must now face.
It's the year 2264, two centuries after the arrival of the Ishtairians divided the few remaining humans into two territories: Arboria and Terrajusta.
When Matt is forced to replace his brother Tim as president of Terrajusta after he is murdered by the enemy—Arboria—and his army discovers a weapon capable of destroying them, Matt will find it difficult to keep the inexplicable promise he made Tim before he died: to avoid war at all costs and protect the enemy with his life.
Desperate to understand his brother's wishes and find allies to avoid the war, Matt infiltrates the banned Lower City only to discover that his perfect world of Terrajusta is just an illusion hiding endless mistreatment and injustice. What's most intriguing is his brother knew it and kept it a secret.
Confused and unable to trust any of his own, Matt sees only one way to avoid war: join forces with the woman who killed his brother, the young president of the Arborians.
Together, they discover a sinister purpose behind this war—and every war that came before it—and something even worse: his beloved father is part of the conspiracy.
ISTHAIR is a science fiction novel, complete at 105,000 words. Based on my screenplay of the same title, is a stand-alone novel with series potential.
I’m a multilingual novelist and screenwriter based on both sides of the Atlantic (Florida, France, and Spain). Two of my scripts have been recently optioned (IMDB). My latest book as a gosthwriter has been translated into three languages, with its rights having been acquired in the Unites States, Spain, Russia, England, and Australia.