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by Richard Sills

Antivion is an innovative work of creative fiction that explores spirituality and personal evolution through the experiences of two engaging characters, Norma and Surooval. Moving through time and space, Norma leads her fianc on an amazing journey that brings him toward an understanding of God and the nature of love. Suroovaland through him, each readercomes to see the meaning of experience and learns to trust that love will indeed conquer all as God guides us in the most positive way toward our future happiness.

Antivion is the sequel to Lanethros.

About the Author

Educator, computer scientist, and humorist Richard Sills was named Educator of the Decade for his experimental use of children as teachers. Artwork from his experiment was displayed throughout New York City in the late 1970s and he received extensive publicity at the time. He ran a humorous campaign for President of the United States as the Childrens Party write-in candidate in the 1980s. As a computer scientist he holds five patents in computer systems and has developed the means to create a sentient thinking computer. Mr. Sills is the founding sponsor of the Walter and Leonore Annenberg Presidential Learning Center at the Ronald Reagan Presidential Library and Museum in Simi Valley, California.

(2014, Hardcover, 104 pages)