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The Raging Agnostics: Volume One-bookcover

By: Peter Richter

The Raging Agnostics: Volume One

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A series of natural disasters conceal what might be terrorist attacks. Enter Edward Talbot, the latest member of a generation of an anonymous and singular family line of what might be deemed “Messiahs-in-waiting” or “God’s warriors”. On loan from the secret government organisation who resource his family line (and study them with perhaps an eye to control them), Edward helps investigate the reasons behind the disasters.

He soon discovers strange truths that threaten to fully negate the prospect of him ever being Messiah. Amongst the mysteries he encounters is what appears to be an alien incursion, a sub-culture of militant vampires and an insidious government experiment involving neurological dimmer switches. Additionally, the demonic entities he regularly encounters start to look like they may have nothing to do with religion and everything to do with quantum physics. And all of it begins to look disturbingly interconnected.

Luckily for Edward, he’s been the recipient of an in-depth scientific education that has made him agnostic – meaning he no longer accepts anything on faith but instead thrives on questioning everything and will not stop until he has all the answers – much to the chagrin (and frequent alarm) of those who are most happy to blindly follow him.

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Peter Richter was born in Whyalla, South Australia, in 1964. He moved with his parents to live in the nearby capital, Adelaide, shortly after the Beatles made the city briefly fashionable.

Whilst pursuing his dream of becoming a writer, he wandered through many jobs, chief amongst them being a copywriter and serving as a writer/presenter on the local radio show, Science Fiction Review (19882002). Having wasted too much time as a critic, he has finally put his money where his mouth is to produce his magnum opus, The Raging Agnostics.

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