Harold Anton Kruger’s
Gyroscope is based on the mystical ideas found in chapters
of the Jewish Kabbalah. Gyroscope covers such themes as
mechanical evolution, conversations between the living and the
mechanical, and the final fate of humanity.
This philosophical sci-fi
novel is set in a space station in the far distant future. There
are ingenious characters, including an artificial octopus named
Frank and a surrogate lizard, Suzie, who debate the theory of
evolution with each other.
Tai and Flip, two
philosophical androids, journey to find the ends of the Earth.
They wind up in the past, where they meet Glerph, an android
robot who invented himself to end all suffering.
A science fiction fan all his
life, Kruger challenged himself to write a plot without human
About the Author
Born in London, Harold Anton
Kruger emigrated to Australia when he was 13. Inspired by
authors Edgar Rice Burroughs and Arthur Clarke, Kruger has been
writing for 20 years and is currently working on his next novel.
He lives with his three cats in Adelaide.
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