Steve Toutonghi: Side Life
Please join us in celebrating the recent release of Seattle, Washington based author Steve Toutonghi's "Side Life"!
A new release from Soho Press... "Side Life" is, "smart, paranoid literary science fiction crossover for fans of Blake Crouch and Philip K. Dick, set in present-day Seattle."
More about "Side Life":
"Vin, a young tech entrepreneur recently forced out of the software company he founded, takes a job house-sitting an ultra-modern Seattle mansion whose owner has gone missing and discovers a secret basement lab with an array of computers and a row of large, smooth caskets, one of which contains a woman in a state of suspended animation. There is also a dog-eared notebook filled with circuit diagrams, beautiful and intricate drawings of body parts, and pages of code.
Vin enters a caskets and his reality begins to unravel. He soon finds himself on a terrifying journey that raises fundamental questions about reality, free will, and the meaning of a human life."
About Steve Toutonghi:
"A native of Seattle and Soldotna, Alaska, Steve Toutonghi studied fiction and poetry while completing a BA in Anthropology at Stanford. After pursuing a variety of interests including an internship at the Oregon Shakespeare Festival, work as an IT systems manager, and teaching English in a public school in Japan, he began a career in technology that led him from Silicon Valley back to Seattle."
For more information on the book and the author, check out: http://www.stevetoutonghi.com/
Set in Seattle, Steve Toutonghi’s second novel, Side Life, is a dazzling, intriguing, and philosophical blend of literary science fiction—perfect for fans of Blake Crouch, Philip K. Dick and Ex Machina.
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