THE HUMAN RACE IS ON TRIAL. AT STAKE... ITS CONTINUED EXISTENCE
Eusebio Franklin, a school teacher from a small community, is faced with the most terrifying dilemma imaginable: should he carry out an act of mass terrorism in order to save the human race?
Eusebio has been chosen to defend the human race in a special session of the United Nations. Read more…
• It’s called Requiem of the Human Soul, but what soul are we actually talking about?
2009 READER VIEWS AWARDS........
"A highly recommended instant classic"
"In the pages of his brilliant debut novel, Jeremy Lent raises timely, pertinent, and thought-provoking questions about life, freedom, and the true global impact of humanity itself... An enlightening, engaging read, Requiem of the Human Soul is a highly recommended instant classic."
- Apex Reviews
"A gripping read that will keep readers up at night, slurping up the last few pages… [Lent's] first novel flows quickly but smoothly, pulling the reader into Eusebio's ethical struggles… Readers will pause to consider an even larger question: How responsible are we for the actions of our ancestors? Does humanity deserve another chance?
- ForeWord Clarion Review: Five Stars (out of five)
"[Lent's] future world of the genetically enhanced d-humans is stunningly rendered… It is a testament to the lofty aspirations of "Requiem" and the amazing heights to which is soars in reaching for them. Ambitious in nature and meticulous in design, "Requiem of the Human Soul" is one of the greatest independently published science fiction novels of our time."
Jeremy R. Lent, the author of Requiem of the Human Soul, was born in England in 1960 and has spent most of his adult life in the United States, now living in the San Francisco Bay Area.
He received his BA and MA in English Literature from Emmanuel College, Cambridge in 1981, before coming to the United States, where he met his wife, Molly, in California.
Requiem of the Human Soul is Jeremy’s first novel.