"The Cosmic Evolution Game: A Programmer's Guide to Life in the Galaxy" is my second book. Drawing on my background in software engineering and communication systems design, I have reverse engineered the processes used by DNA to create new life. This book presents the entire history and future of mankind using a well-worn science fiction theme where an alien life form (i.e. DNA) must inhabit an organism (e.g. the human body) in order to survive and reproduce.
I am very interested in how avid science fiction readers will relate to this book. They will probably recognize some of the oblique references to works by Kubrick, Lucas, Asimov, and Adams (it reveals the "Ultimate Question"). I am also interested in how the religious community will view portrayal of intelligent design vs random mutations; especially the role that Garth plays in directing evolution of mankind.
I would encourage you to read my first book, "Inner Voices: Making Mindful Decisions" since the model of the human mind plays a role in "The Cosmic Evolution Game", which has just been released on Amazon Kindle, Apple Books, and kobo. Please post your thoughts on my blog.