Quantum Exile


A Science Fiction fantasy novel by Martyn Vaughan illustrating the concept in physics of the “Many Worlds” interpretation of quantum mechanics through the experiences of an unusual man who is able to be consciously aware of the existence of other realities in the quantum realm.

144 Pages. Paperback. Print ISBN 978-1-9161619-6-2

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A jobless man thinks things can’t get any worse. He discovers how wrong he is when he is flung into a series of alternate realities in which he experiences perils beyond his understanding. Finally he comes face to face with a menace that threatens to face with a menace that threatens all that he has ever known and loved.

He discovers that he has unusual abilities which of a great importance to a sinister race of beings who wish to use them to further their aim of escaping a cataclysm in their own realm and then spread to other realities. But he also encounters others who wish to help and protect him.

144 Pages. Paperback. Print ISBN 978-1-9161619-6-2

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3 reviews for Quantum Exile

  1. Penny Brown

    A mind-bending mix of physics and environmentalism.
    Vaughan tells an exciting story and manages to weave important aspects of quantum theory into it. He also has an important message about what we are doing to damage the world’s environment, in the bleak picture he paints of a planet which has gone past the tipping points and is sliding towards cataclysm.
    All in all, thoroughly recommended.

  2. BH Reads

    Fantasy with a good scientific base. Also a love story with a satisfying ending. I recommend it to anyone who enjoys a good sci fi yarn.

  3. Mrs.T. Vaughan

    Sci-Fi is not my usual style of book but after reading the Domains of Darkness short stories by Martyn Vaughan I thought I’d give this novel a go too.
    I was surprised to find myself gripped by this tale which followed one man’s journey through a series of worlds with each one worse than the previous!
    Whilst the story featured environmental and scientific themes it never strayed from good story-telling. I would recommend.

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