Flight by Vanna Bonta
A Quantum Fiction Novel

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A writer starts believing his own work when astonishing coincidences synchronize his life with what he's writing and convince him he has created a world from which his dream lover, Aira Flight, has come to life.
 

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American novelist Vanna Bonta is also a prize-winning poet. Bonta's ground breaking novel set in the Space Age coined the genre "quantum fiction." Expect themes infused with cosmic elements, romantic characters, poignant humanity, and quirky humor. Futuristic and romantic, Bonta captures the miraculous with science and extracts the warmth of universal human dreams out of cold reality in a signature poetic and untamed voice. The author has a sideline career of movie and TV epiphanies, and her voice is often heard on select films and television.
 
Published June 1, 1995 by Meridian House. 397 pages
Genres: Science Fiction & Fantasy, Literature & Fiction, Religion & Spirituality. Fiction

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Whatever quantum fiction is, we need more of it. Bonta's first novel is reminiscent of Heinlein for its exuberant infusion of mystery, romance and adventure into good, basic SF. The narrative incl

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The narrative includes extensive notes on the calculation of the speed of time as well, just to remind genre fans that science is the flavoring for SF.

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BC Books

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In Flight, Vanna Bonta has written a novel within a novel that will captivate readers with a story of inter-dimensional space travel.

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