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By: William Todd


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The novel 2053 is the first volume of the New Life trilogy. This book sets the scene for science fiction sequels.

2053 is a story of human frailty, endeavour and ambition with episodes of murder, sexual indiscretion and exploitation taking place in a futuristic world. The novel is quick paced with apparently unrelated events leading to the search for a mysterious girl. Parallel to the search, the story follows the preparedness of the spacecraft New Life.

The author was brought up in the Lake District before moving to Leeds to take a graduate course at Leeds University. In 1966, he graduated with a degree in Engineering. After a long career, at home and abroad, in the mining and oil industries, he returned to Leeds and took a PGCE, specialising in Physics and Technology. He retired after a fifteen-year teaching career. The author still lives in Leeds.
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