From the Author
I have been interested in the effects of subliminal sound for some time, and also concerned at just how powerful these can be, and how relatively simple the technology to produce them could be.In this book I explore the possibility that very slight advances to current uses and equipment could produce some scary results.Scary to me, that is, and to anyone who values freewill and a free society.There is also the other side, the very long and largely forgotten history of the use of sound in sacred and religous settings, often to produce a calming or positive effect. Recent archaeological research at such places as Mayan pyramid temples, European megalithic sites, and sacred and painted caves worldwide, has discovered a high level of deliberate acoustic enhancement.I wondered if some of this ancient lost knowledge might be relevant today, and provide some sort of counter to attempts to control our emotions and actions.
From the Inside Flap
In this 48,000 word novel Ty and Jen run into an unprincipled crew, who use new technology to control people's emotions.
All the negative ones, like anger, hate, and fear, are aroused to turn people into tools.
These guys don't care about the consequences for others, only their own gain.
There have to be countermeasures.
With help from surprising sources they find answers, perhaps.
Along the way they discover each other.