Counting Up To Infinity

Counting Up To Infinity

Allen Fleishman

Allen Fleishman

The second computer enhanced child, Joshua was recently awakened and ‘adopted’ by the first cyborg, David Klein. The four year old Joshua has a terminal genetic disease, which he cures in an elegant way. The solution solves mankind’s oldest and deepest needs. Along the way, Joshua meets his wife, god, two presidents, Department of Homeland Security, and the rest of humanity.Hannah Hoffman Clark is the spirited young wife of Denver City’s only preacher, Frank Clark. After arriving by wagon to the howling wilderness of the unexplored west, they settled on land, built a home, and began what they thought would be a long and prosperous life together. After an accident leaves Frank without feeling in his legs, the dream of self-sufficiency suddenly slips away, but even more tragedy is on the horizon for Hannah.Once widowed, she struggles to cope with her loss, relying on those her husband had hired, especially Nathan Weaver, a no good gambler and drunkard. While the tenuous hold she has on her sanity crumbles, her connection with Nathan becomes something far greater than she could have ever imagined, but her family would be scandalized if she married such a man.One should never judge a book by its cover, and Nathan, although rough around the edges and crude, has his heart in the right place, and it belongs to Hannah…if only she could see it.This is the first book in The Colorado Brides Series, chronicling the lives of the Hoffman sisters and their adventures in finding love out west.Look for:An Unexpected WidowAn Unexpected BrideAn Unexpected AnnulmentAn Unexpected MotherAnd The Arizona Brides Series will be available in the fall of 2013.
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The Infinite when it was Two Digits Old

The Infinite when it was Two Digits Old

Allen Fleishman

Allen Fleishman

This is the story of the first computer enhanced human. David Klein was attached to a computer at birth and has amassed all the knowledge of humanity, with the ability to use it. Unfortunately, knowledge and intelligence is different from wisdom.This book tells David's story from college to manhood.From birth, David Klein had been linked to a computer. As an infant, he was oblivious to the external world. When he awoke at age four, he quickly made up for time lost. David was hyper-brilliant in all forms of intelligence, except with how to deal with real people. He knew that if people knew of the illegal operation, or his computer link-up, he’d be branded a monster. He is different! His father had often fled one-step ahead of authorities. David had been hidden away at home for the first sixteen years of his life, where he seldom talked to any human, other than his father. His father decides that it was now time to leave the safety of home and learn to interact with the ‘rabble’ by sending him to a small liberal arts college.David attempts, with occasional success, to hide how much he knows, which includes all the collective knowledge of humanity. The boy’s real focus is how to find women. The first was the wrong one at the right time and the second was the right one at the wrong time. Having escaped the boredom of introductory classes, David unlocks the secrets of gravity, along with many others. He solves humanity’s problems, while avoiding their assassins and defenders of the status quo. He learns the meaning of sharing, love, and helping others. He tries to forget he’s a monster.David and his family usher in the next and final age of mankind.
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Counting Up To Infinity

Counting Up To Infinity

Allen Fleishman

Allen Fleishman

The second computer enhanced child, Joshua was recently awakened and ‘adopted’ by the first cyborg, David Klein. The four year old Joshua has a terminal genetic disease, which he cures in an elegant way. The solution solves mankind’s oldest and deepest needs. Along the way, Joshua meets his wife, god, two presidents, Department of Homeland Security, and the rest of humanity.
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