They know what’s going to happen to you… after you die.
Scientists in Iceland think they’ve figured out one of our greatest mysteries – where the electrical energy in our brains goes after we die. According to the laws of physics, one form of energy must always become another form. So the electrical energy in our brains and nervous system can’t simply disappear…
When ex-lawyer Becky Dales travels to Iceland to track down her missing brother, she doesn’t care about the groundbreaking discoveries, or the positive-thinking practiced by the Icelanders – she just wants her brother back. Having stumbled on something she thinks the Icelandic government wants covered up, Becky must piece together the answers fast… before she becomes a victim herself.
Author Biography (150 words max, in 3rd person): Zena Shapter writes from a castle in a flying city hidden by a thundercloud. She’s won twelve national writing competitions—including a Ditmar Award, the Glen Miles Short Story Prize and Australian Horror Writers’ Association Award for Short Fiction—and has been published in collections including the Hugo-nominated ‘Sci Phi Journal’, ‘Midnight Echo’ (as well as their ‘best of’ anthology), ‘Antipodean SF’ and Award-Winning Australian Writing (twice). Reviewer for Tangent Online Lillian Csernica has referred to her as a writer who “deserves your attention”. Her co-authored novel ‘Into Tordon’ for 8-14yr olds was published by MidnightSun in 2016 to rave reviews and distributed by Scholastic under the pseudonym Z.F. Kingbolt. Her solo debut is ‘Towards White’ (IFWG, 2017). She’s the founder and leader of Sydney’s award-winning Northern Beaches Writers’ Group, a book creator, editor, writing tutor, mentor and short story judge. Connect via zenashapter.com.
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Genre: Science Fiction Mystery/Thriller