Science Fiction / Space Opera
His given name was But for the Love of Jesus Christ We Would All Be Damned Smith, III; BC for short. The name was peculiar to BC’s societal caste. Some thought of it as a profession but you had to be born a Cleanser.
This fact was inconsequential to the rest of the passengers aboard the Earth-bound shuttle. “Cleansers” had precedence over everyone but a higher-level Cleanser in all aspects of society. This status was fine for the sociopathic, but for one with emotions the singularity was often too much.
The church controls the interstellar harvest of resources. BC is their enforcer. What happens if the assassin gains a conscience? For a “Cleanser” with emotions, singularity is too much …
The Cathedral combines high-concept speculation with fast action and cliffhanger thrills. The Church becomes the predominant government body, and develops its own enforcement arm. Once their best "Cleanser" goes rogue, all Hell breaks loose ...
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TJ MORRIS is a veteran of the US Airforce. He spent many days in the New Mexico desert during his youth. He has been married over thirty one years and is a father of three: two boys, one girl. In his life he has been a janitor, a carpenter, a diesel mechanic, an aircraft technician, a student, a teacher, and now a writer. His love of comics and science fiction/fantasy literature began when he was in sixth grade. This book marks the beginning of what he hopes to be a career in writing. He currently labors as an Algebra II and Advanced Mathematical Decision Making teacher at Lithia Springs High School in Litha Springs, GA. He coached Varsity Men’s’ Soccer team and has coached wrestling. TJ is an avid runner, bicyclist, and swimmer. He holds a federal firearms license, has built multiple motorcycles from scratch, and he competes in triathlons, marathons, and Ironman races, not the mention the Odd Zombie Run or Savage Race.