Washed up on Earth with no plans, no memory, and no way home, alien Foster Luck is soon abandoned by his two travel companions who go their separate ways. One’s on a mission, one was forced here against his will, and neither want anything to do with him. Worse, they leave him holding an infant whose parents died in the teleport accident.
Foster raises the boy, Quinn, as his own. But it isn’t until he crosses paths with Quinn in his next lifetime that Foster realizes how inseparable they’ve become. While Quinn reincarnates, Foster’s alien body seems invincible—maybe immortal. He’s also carrying a mysterious cognitive program in his head that tracks his circle of friends.
Over the course of 666 years Foster and Quinn work on the Warren Project, learning why the aliens came to Earth and how to build a way back. But the deeper Quinn looks into the project the more questions he has about himself, his friends, and Ever—the woman he can’t live without.
Bent on reinventing the alien teleportion Wells before Uncle Sam, Quinn—a modern day Tesla— sets out to prove how memory shapes our physical reality by teleporting the collective memory of a person’s data through our holographic universe.
But while Quinn’s proving his physical theory, he and Foster come to terms with how memories shape conscience reality as well. Each faced with an identity crisis, Foster struggles with amnesia, Quinn questions past life trauma, and Ever suffers from inner conflict that makes Alzheimer’s look like fun. Threats at every turn become a memorable experience.
Fueled by a brilliant cast of characters, The Warren is a smart and witty drama of hard science fiction delivering laser-sharp humor, touching moments, unpredictable twists, and big ideas on the road to self-awareness.
Everyone wonders at some point: Who am I? Why am I here? These guys find out.
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