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Regina’s Imagination Universe completes a trilogy of Jellyfish Have Eyes (book 1) followed by Roger’s Thought-Particles (book 2). In book 1, scientist Ricardo Sztein, an Argentinian immigrant and widower, concludes that jellyfish see the evolution. He is convicted for irresponsible use of government funds in a depressed economy and sentenced to prison. In book 2, Roger Resin (Ricardo’s great-great-grandson), also a scientist, speculates that thoughts can be transferred between individuals as infectious particles, an innovative but unprovable idea not accepted by his scientific peers. He feels failed as a scientist. The idea, however, is accepted and used by non-scientists, especially in a religious context.
In Regina’s Imagination Universe (book 3), Regina Resin (Roger’s granddaughter), is close to her grandfather, now 90. Conflicted between her love of science and writing, she blends the two fields and sets a goal to rescue the poor scientific legacy of her grandfather, Roger, and her distant kin, Ricardo. Join Regina’s journey of discovery to vindicate her scientific relatives as she investigates the cause of the Obliteration (a major explosion 30 years earlier) and reveals the powerful role of the imagination universe in perceiving reality, recalling the past, dreaming, and even science.
“...an inventive science parable that challenges conventional views of reality.” —Kirkus Reviews
“In this remarkable novel the author, himself a former major scientific researcher, uses Regina’s efforts to solve the unknown cause of the 30-year-old Obliteration to explore the connections between imagination and reality, perceptions and recollections, and the nature of dreams. Along the way, Regina re-establishes her family’s credibility.”—Frank Portugal, Author of The Least Likely Man and Co-Author of A Century of DNA
Publishing date: October 16, 2022
Paperback: 200 pages
Dimensions: 6 x 0.37 x 9 inches
Joram Piatigorsky is a prominent scientist and writer. To learn more please visit: joramp.com