Silver Spring, MD, December 15, 2011 --(PR.com
)-- New Novel Mixes Science Fiction, Fantasy, Philosophy & Morality
"Sync I Eternity: The Guy Science" by Corny Cornball intends for his readers to come to the realization that death should not be feared.
Part science-fiction, part fantasy, part philosophical, Cornball believes that his book will stand out from others in how it treats the afterlife and uses different genres to illustrate his points.
"It is very elite in its treatment of heaven on earth and eternal happiness as chosen by the master of his fate," Cornball says. "Each moment has a probability attached to it and one must maximize the probability of the good moments."
Inspired by Kurt Vonnegut, Cornball wants his book to be a mollification of all fears. The comedic and ironic tone will hopefully lead the reader to no longer fear the cold fact of death.
The unique genre is erotic and philosophical. Is it entertainment or argument? It is portrayed as an allegory of philosophy and erotica, mathematics, statistics, and hypothesis and resolution. It will be found as intelligent and disdainful. The author believes his book is a must read for inner peace.
Sync I Eternity
Author: Corny Cornball
Published: August 2011
About The Author
The author attended private boarding school beginning in eighth grade in Massachusetts. Subsequently he received his BS in Economics at Georgia institute of Technology. He passed his brokerage exam and became a broker in New York City with Dean Witter Reynolds. Today he is a supervisor in a large corporation writing, making industrial art, doing econometrics and investing.
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Sync I Eternity is available for purchase from the publisher, from Amazon.com, BN.com and other online retailers. Bookstores should contact Ingram for wholesale orders.