A teenage Natasha Takana seeks to decode the remainder of the hidden DNA code that became the basis for a new religion reviving Creationism in A Stand-in for Dying. Her quest takes her on a voyage to a parallel dimension to learn the fate of the Creators’ civilization.
The conflict between the warring factions of Brink of Life is rekindled, sweeping Natasha into the middle of it in a pursuit that crosses the boundaries of worlds and time.
This trilogy-ending science fiction title makes an entertaining case for the beauty and dignity of life cycles, suggesting that there’s a rhythm to living that can only be unlocked when an end is promised. Foreword Clarion Reviews
...the writing is focused, intelligent, and often eloquent…. Blueink Reviews
Moskovitz again has created an action-packed story that is novella length but contains everything needed for a good story...that makes you think and hope that we’re doing the best that we can. Star Rating 5/5 San Francisco Book Review
The narrative is done in an exciting and confident tone, with crisp and beautiful prose punctuated with engaging and plot-driven dialogues. (Reviewed combined with Brink of Life) 5 Stars Readers Favorite