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Traveling the Transdimensional Highway

By Johnson, Kevin, Wade

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Reproduction Date: 4/18/2023

Title: Traveling the Transdimensional Highway  
Author: Johnson, Kevin, Wade
Language: English
Subject: Fiction, Drama and Literature
Collections: Authors Community, Science Fiction
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Publisher: Self-Published
Member Page: Kevin Johnson


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Robert Serviss is a mysterious man, in some ways. He doesn't look like anyone else, not on this Earth, anyway. All anyone in the town knows of him is that he's just arrived in a Ground Rover that needs some urgent repairs. A mystery to them, not so much to himself, though he'd like to be. He doesn't even like to think about his past, or origins. * * * He's not from the town he starts out in, not even the world. He's from a parallel world, from an organization with a lot of reach and resources. The journey he's on will take him far, farther in most ways than he's ever been. Farther than he'd ever thought life would take him.

A novel of parallel worlds, with understanding the mysterious phenomenon of the Transdimensional Highway isn't the only mystery to be solved

I hate Earth. Well, this one, anyway. As I stood on the trash-strewn street, looking past the signs and billboards at the repair shop working on my current ride, I thought about this forsaken town. Yellow dust blew, as it usually did. Faded wooden buildings leaned to one side or another, looking like they'd been here since cowboy-and-outlaw days. Forsaken town on this fractured world, Fragmented Earth. I stood, leaning on a lamp post. Some of the locals lounged around too. I couldn't tell what they were thinking. But, based on where their eyes kept going, some of them were thinking about me. Leadership never told the likes of me everything. Although I was still doing a lot better than the inhabitants here. Nevertheless, one of the experts, one of the sensitives, had passed through not long ago, and reported that this region, southwestern North America, of this world could use some attention. And since Gwalchmai had made that report after traveling on this very county road…here I was. By myself. No partner. I wasn't sure what had gone awry. I should have been met, we never sent anyone out solo. And I should have had a better vehicle waiting for me, and then some. I mean, here I was, not far from the entrance to the Transdimensional Highway. If I ended up on that—and I had a sinking feeling that I would—I'd be a lot better off with one of our specials, with all the gadgetry built in. Not an old, dull red Ground Rover that wasn't much better than stock. One of the locals took one last, sidelong glance at me…and started walking my way. Slowly. Showing no concern. I sighed inside, but didn't show it at all. I'd need to play along, not that I wanted to. Playing. I was too old for playing.

Table of Contents
One: We Find Ourselves, Upon This Earth Two: And Lo, Behold a Ghost Three: After, Questioning Our Worth Four: And What We Want the Most Five: Our Wishes, Can We Make Them Real Six: A Palpable Desire Seven: Can We Touch, Can We Feel Eight: What We Think We Require Nine: An Image, Or Only a Sound Ten: Recalls What We Once Held Eleven: A Memory, a Thought Once Found Twelve: Was Present, But Now Felled Thirteen: Think Not of What You Only See Fourteen: Regard Instead the Whole Fifteen: Pretense Yields to What Must Be Sixteen: Appearance, to the Soul Epilogue: Fulfilled, the Final Goal Afterword Thinking Through the Premise About the Author


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