“His book allows what only good readings can do: transport the reader away and explore new frontiers, whether from the imagination or the galaxy” – Blog Diálogos
A wise man once said that the universe is a strange place. Stranger still is the fact that so few are aware of it.
The Search For Intelligent Life is a book that talks about the universe and the expectations we have of it. Written for all those who at some point were fascinated with alien invasions, robotics laws, electric sheep, intergalactic backpackers, or monumental cruisers.
A message appears before all beings in the universe without any reason, explanation or sense of the creator. The end of time is announced, and there is nothing that can be done to prevent it. But in a strange way, everything is connected to Boris.
Boris was not born. He wasn’t either created nor educated. Like many others, he was only produced and programmed. Nothing that bothers him in particular, but he is always on the risk of being recycled. An ordinary risk in a reality where the most old-fashioned coffee machine is able to calculate the gravitational interactions of a photon through the solar system.
From shill to protagonist, centuries go by waiting for an opportunity. In the search for freedom, Boris doesn’t even imagine that he already reached it a long time ago, but chose a life full of limits and some meaning.
What Brazilian blogs are saying about The Search For Intelligent Life?
“With an intelligent and well-constructed narrative, The Search For Intelligent Life has a peculiar structure, since it consists of several short stories set in different environments and times, but become a solid set to analyze the book’s outcome, amazing and suitable to the work questions. “ – Victória, Finding Neverland
“Exceptionally creative work within a context in which much has been said but, as many like to think, still has a lot to say.” – Daniel Rockenbach, Sentinela Positrônica
“It seems that reading does not end on the last page, a new reflection arises every new experience we live and the words take on other meanings.” – Deeb Cabral, Gato Que Flutua
“In the very first chapter I have noticed the similarities, which will cause any Douglas Adams fan fall in love with this book.” – Mayara, Obrigado Pelos Peixes
“The Search For Intelligent Life is a book that combines harmoniously a questioning style reminiscent of Professor Asimov, with the intelligent humor of Douglas Adams, becoming a pearl of the national science fiction.” – Murilo Burns, Nerdbucks
“Boris can be a supporting character in several short stories and be the protagonist of the book at the same time. It’s a sensational feat for the play.” – Davenir, Wilbur D.