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The third and final book of the Quantum Empirica sci-fi series explores an alternate earth where powerful Threads have the power to alter reality as we know it.

Scarred and disfigured, Darwin Lloyd travels the country with Teresa, trying to find a life without Threads--quantum strings that can change or control reality. His only real skill in the new reality he helped create is the Dance, passed on to him by Baila as she took his ability to use Threads.
 
But time doesn't stand still. Though SafeHaven and Forsyth have control of the QPS, the machine Darwin and his dad built and the reason the Threads exist, and the remnants of Salem and the Qabal are building an army to take it back.
 
With another brutal war looming over him, Darwin will have to make a decision that may change his and Teresa's lives forever.

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Format: eBook
Price: 10.99 CAD / 9.99 USD
Published: 2022-10-11
ISBN: 9780756416454
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Praise for Threader Origins

It’s rare to get ‘thought-provoking’ and ‘page-turner’ in the same novel, but Brandt has done it, and then some!” —Jason M. Hough, New York Times bestselling author of The Darwin Elevator

Threader Origins is a compelling, thought-provoking look at the potential in each of us, and society itself, that never falters or flinches. Breathtakingly original and memorable, I can’t wait to see where Brandt goes with this new series. A must read!” —Julie E. Czerneda, author of the Web Shifter’s Library series

“Gerald Brandt knocks it out of the park again! Quantum physics, parallel worlds, and a rip-roaring plot—what more could you want? In some reality, this book will win major awards — not just because all quantum possibilities do occur but because it bloody well deserves to.” —Robert J. Sawyer, Hugo Award-winning author of Hominids

"The unlikely hero and innovative use of physics as a basis for magiclike abilities results in a memorable adventure. Readers will look forward to the next installment." —Publishers Weekly

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