The Credo of Comrade January

Robert Bagnall

What if numbers really mattered?

Solar explosions known as "The Pulse" have rendered all electronics useless and sent Mankind back to a pre-digital age.

In St Petersburg, Alexi, an aging Russian professor of mathematics with a tragic past, stumbles on two truths: the first, the oppressive regime has been lying to the people, and the second is that, with sufficient energy, reality can be split in two.

Alexi finds himself in a parallel ultra-modern St Petersburg, with the possibility of combining his two separate worlds — and his shattered family.

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About The Author

Robert Bagnall

Robert Bagnall is a past finalist in the Writers of the Future competition and have appeared three times in the annual Best of British Science Fiction anthologies.  His science fiction novel, 2084 – The Meschera Bandwidth, and collection of 24 short stories previously published in Terraform, Daily Science Fiction, Flash Fiction Online, and elsewhere.