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A Week in Berlin by Angelina Der Arakelian

What if the vast unknown of the universe which we seek to discover is already among us?

Having survived the Armenian Genocide of 1915 perpetuated by the Ottoman Empire, Patrick thinks he has faced the largest threat to his life as he finds refuge in the safe French town of Lyon. Having also needed to cover a large pile of his past in order to start his life from scratch, his discovery of an ability to transport through time caused by the presence of external influences will lead him to learn that his identity may not be one which he was brought up to believe; one that differentiates him from the rest of human civilization. An Intelligence.

Along with this realization, the postponed process of locating his family who vanished during the massacre will resume and raise deeper questions. However, with the constant lookout of the Shadows; age-long rivals of Intelligences, Patrick risks putting the lives of not only his family, but those of the whole of humanity at stake if his mission goes unplanned. Will he be willing to take that risk?

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