Many Worlds Apart
After the sudden death of his mother, videogames journalist Gordon Freeman arrives home to the small Scottish village of Dunure to attend the funeral. He and his retired physicist father are forced to confront the events of the tragic accident which caused their estrangement when Gordon was a teenager, and which left Gordon’s best-friend Danny in a coma. When Gordon meets local artist, Gail, he realises all is not what it seems in the village. Could a supernatural occurrence in his back garden have opened up a portal to another world? And what links this with Gail’s paintings, and the mysterious, supernatural photograph of the spaceman that Gordon first saw in his teens, and which indirectly led to Danny’s accident?
The Spaceman is now available to buy as an e-book on Amazon.
Excerpts of reviews from Scribophile:
“I was intrigued…Is the world as we know it some kind of cosmic reality game?” Stephen Lamont.
“An interesting story with much mystery.” Michael Bee.
Review of the Spaceman on goodreads:
“Graham Stanley is a great story teller. This is the first book I’ve read from this Author and this book catches and holds your attention from start to finish. I Didn’t want to put the book down. He not only tells the story of the tragic accident of his best friend and the supernatural occurrences in his back yard, he brings to light the relationship of Gordan and his estranged father who are forced back together when his mother dies and goes home for her funeral. I can’t wait the read the next book to find out what happened in Gordan’s garden, what the spaceman figure was, what it means and what will happen in Gordan’s and Gail’s relationship.” Sandy Dal.