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   Octave Displacement, The, by Matthew Marullo  
 
  Novel, first publication in November 2006
 
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      When music makes the laws of physics malfunction,
    then history is at the mercy of.

    THE OCTAVE DISPLACEMENT

    Mike Chessel is a musical genius who has discovered the Cosmic Notes, a musical composition whose notes vibrate sympathetically with microscopic structures called "strings," opening up a passage to Antiearth, Earth's cosmic twin. Now humans from forty-two thousand years into the future want those Cosmic Notes. They know the Notes can be used to detonate a weapon far more terrible than ever conceived.

    To make matters worse, Mike Chessel had played one wrong note making the trip to Antiearth. The physical world around him is now beginning to twist and warp.
    Anything could happen.
    Anything.

    THE OCTAVE DISPLACEMENT reaches beyond the fringes of imagination in a tale interweaving suspense, science fiction, humor, romance, mystery.and a chilling surprise ending.

    "The Octave Displacement is a highly imaginative work that merges the worlds of science and music so cleverly that one wrong note can mean the difference between life and death."
    -Vaughn Fritts, published poet.

     
     
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  • Music - Musical Instruments - Musicians
  • Parallel Universes - Alternate Worlds - Other Dimensions - Alternate Reality

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