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Demiurge by Sheldon J. Pacotti


by Sheldon J. Pacotti

238 pages
Demiurge is a science-fiction novel that deals with subjects as disparate as marriage, immortality, copyright, and the nature of human creativity.

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Category: Fiction:SciFi Fantasy Horror
About the Book
Everything "wants to be free" in 2996, because the ultimate 3D printer -- the demiurge -- allows anyone to print anything, including other people. Detective Paul Cramer is about to discover that the re-printed "copy" of a person can easily be baffled by the deeds of his original, even if he is world-renowned as a decoder of the criminal mind.

If the world government were to allow the instant wealth of free copying, what would become of human aspiration? Cooperation? The social order? Unthinkable—yet Paul's original apparently tossed away his career and even his family in order to live this way—in an effortless, aimless fantasy. But did the original simply give in to urges that are already present in Paul himself? Can he really believe in a social order that outlaws the material reality in which its citizens live?



About the Author
Sheldon J. Pacotti The video game Deus Ex, Sheldon J. Pacotti's biggest script-writing project, won a Quantum Leap award from Gamasutra for being the video game that has "advanced game storytelling in the largest way." His noninteractive writing has appeared in The Bridge, Foxtail, Bellowing Ark, and The first chapter of Demiurge placed Fourth in the L. Ron Hubbard Writers of the Future Contest (Spring, 1996). He lives in Austin, TX with his wife, two kids, three dogs, six cats, eight bunnies, and uncountable fish.



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