I'm happy to report that reviews for the Quantum Fall of Thaddeus Archibald DuBois are overwhelmingly positive. Here's one of my favorites from episode 1, Peter Pan Complexes for the 21st-Century Man:
I had the opportunity to read a draft of the story prior to publication, and just finished reading the finished product moments ago.
QUANTUM FALL is a first-person present narrative, with the author as its main protagonist, and it involves time travel. Normally, this combination of elements would cause me grave concern, and in fact it did despite Mr. Martin's reputation. I confess, I was terrified by this prospect of first-person-present-autobiographical-time-travel-fiction.
I am extremely pleased to report to you, potential readers, that my fears were not only unfounded, I found myself a tremendous fan of the book even before I was done reading the acknowledgements. (Sorry, I couldn't resist.)
Daniel Rodrigues-Martin is a capable and witty author--clearly well-read and v…
I'm going through my final edits. Hopefully, the next people who edit this manuscript will be professional agents and editors.
Here's the final chapter listing.
Prologue: The Prose Of Photius, Record 1: The Burning Night
ACT I: LYING AWAKE
1: The Autumn Garden
2: Midnight 3: Ghosts of Chimon-Jing 4: The Trainman
5: The Conclave 6: What Friends Are For
7: Helmsman's Folly
8: The Merchant Arcade
9: A Special Place in Hell
10: We Should Be Sleeping
11: If The Stars Are Willing
12: Broken Promises 13: The Only Life I've Ever Known
14: A Well To Draw From 15: What Tomorrow Holds
16: A Lovely Day
18: City On The Winds
19: Storm Clouds
20: Event Horizon
21: To Reap A Whirlwind
23: The Heavens Remained Silent
ACT II: SOUL SLEEP
Interlude: The Prose Of Photius, Record 2: The Rain Of Ash
25: Prison Cell(s)
26: The Voice On The Other Side
27: Greasers 28: The Knowledge Of Good And E…