Atlantis Magister

London Oniric Exchange

The novel Atlantis Magister, the first volume of the London Oniric Exchange trilogy, can be considered both a dystopia and a novel of science fiction anticipation.

The main character Scott Lloyd, is a former London stockbroker who accidentally, in the near future, becomes a secret agent for reformed superstate intelligence organizations.

His mission, in addition to his primary one of overseeing the security of the London Stock Exchange Tower, is to discover the possessors of a strange bionic aggregate created by the secret organisation of the Honourable. It had been sold online and then withdrawn from the market because of its harmful effects.

Scott Lloyd has very intense and strange dreams that set up a parallel narrative structure in which the dreamlike intertwines with reality. He later discovers that the dreams are hypnopathy and that he is being fed information from an apocalyptic future to save humanity from extinction.

Scott and his newfound fiancée, a maverick journalist and double agent - whom he thought had been kidnapped and murdered - succeed in foiling a terrible plot against the Earth hatched by the Era9Kos organization, a structure at the top of the financial pyramid.

Author's Notes

The novel Atlantis Magister combines fantasy with the precision of historical detail and offers the reader the experience of an imaginary future in which a former broker, recruited by secret agents, discovers the existence of a humanoid species that has evolved parallel to us and influenced our evolution. Written in a cinematic style, the book combines past and future eras in a fast-paced, suspenseful sequence in which the main hero rediscovers his lost fiancée, with whom he fights to save humanity from imminent disaster.

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