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Series Description:

It was the Breath of God, and to the people of the City it was the core of their world. It warmed their homes and their hearts, it sustained them and strengthened them, and it filled their lives with joy. Known as the Aether to those who studied it, its intricacies remained elusive to all. It was imperceptible to the naked eye, yet its presence was felt everywhere. It was infinitely subtle, yet immeasurably powerful. With it, the City stood as a fortress against the desert winds, and as a bastion of hope and of faith. Its people lived without fear of disease, war, famine, or poverty. Life was perfect.

 

But as the pious civil officer Nathaniel Grey will soon come to suspect, the true nature, and source, of the Aether may be vastly far removed from everything he had been led to believe.

Category: Fiction Book Chapters
Updated: A Few Times A Week
Status: Ongoing



Author Bio For Brett Stadelmann:

Brett Stadelmann is a novice author residing with his wife and two miniature dachshunds in the south-eastern suburbs of Melbourne, Australia.

Passionate about science, philosophy, art, the history of religion, and the wonders of the natural world, he pours his passion and interests into his work, exploring themes such as physics and cosmology, the origin of belief, the potential dangers of taking arguments from authority at face value, and the search for happiness and satisfaction in the world in which we find ourselves.

His first novel, “Aethos”, is just such a story, a personal journey from credulous beginnings to an uncertain future. Its first part, “The City of God”, is now available. Check it out!







Series Description:

It was the Breath of God, and to the people of the City it was the core of their world. It warmed their homes and their hearts, it sustained them and strengthened them, and it filled their lives with joy. Known as the Aether to those who studied it, its intricacies remained elusive to all. It was imperceptible to the naked eye, yet its presence was felt everywhere. It was infinitely subtle, yet immeasurably powerful. With it, the City stood as a fortress against the desert winds, and as a bastion of hope and of faith. Its people lived without fear of disease, war, famine, or poverty. Life was perfect.

 

But as the pious civil officer Nathaniel Grey will soon come to suspect, the true nature, and source, of the Aether may be vastly far removed from everything he had been led to believe.

Category: Fiction Book Chapters
Updated: A Few Times A Week
Status: Ongoing


Author Bio For Brett Stadelmann:

Brett Stadelmann is a novice author residing with his wife and two miniature dachshunds in the south-eastern suburbs of Melbourne, Australia.

Passionate about science, philosophy, art, the history of religion, and the wonders of the natural world, he pours his passion and interests into his work, exploring themes such as physics and cosmology, the origin of belief, the potential dangers of taking arguments from authority at face value, and the search for happiness and satisfaction in the world in which we find ourselves.

His first novel, “Aethos”, is just such a story, a personal journey from credulous beginnings to an uncertain future. Its first part, “The City of God”, is now available. Check it out!