Transmigrations (Book I of The Tales of Sage & Savant)
Mad Science? Obsession? Folly?
Telesensation agent Justin Bremer studies time — specifically the effects of journeying through it. His assignment, funded by a mysterious organization, ‘Les Charges de L’Affaires,’ is to observe the timeline of a young Victorian scientist who lived approximately 2000 years in the past.
Equipped with an AI neural-interface, Bremer carefully documents the experiments of Dr. Petronella Sage and her archeologist friend Erasmus Savant. The Doctor, while investigating the effects of electricity on human flesh, becomes obsessed by the curious and vivid shared hallucinations induced after she and Savant are accidentally electrocuted.
Each fantastical adventure (which they call a ‘transmigration’) takes the intrepid duo into the unimaginable lives of persons and places throughout history.
Justin Bremer observes and dutifully records it all.
Uncover the secrets of ‘transmigration’ in this steampunk adventure like no other.
About the Author:
Eddie Louise has always been a yarn-spinner, dream-weaver, and a teller of tales. She lives in sunny Southern California where she makes a living as a ghostwriter and writes in a variety of genres including science fiction, young adult fiction, English-as-a-Second-Language textbooks, and the monthly speculative fiction audio-drama "The Tales of Sage and Savant." [MORE]
"From the first page, I was enchanted by Eddie Louise’s debut novel, Transmigrations. I was immediately immersed and wanting more, eagerly turning pages for I was captivated by the rich world-building and the futuristic science that combined to create a breathtaking, five-star Steampunk adventure." — Merrie Destefano, author of Shade: The Re-Imagining of Mary Shelley's Frankenstein
"TransMIGRATIONS is a heaping dose of serialized pulpy fun, with great characters that break stereotypes without becoming themselves wooden counter-stereotypes." - amazon customer
"Different from most time-travel adventures, in that, the characters bodies stay but the conscious travels." - amazon customer
"I LOVE THIS BOOK!! I love the language, the stories nested within the Story, the adventure, stress and surprise!" - ALB
"In this series, the mad scientist character is a woman, which is a nice twist. I decided to give this book a try because I like the Sage and Savant podcast. The book is a bit different because it begins in the far future with a character named Justin who is using VR to learn about Sage and Savant, and that overall plot frames the stories in each chapter." - Elizabeth Miller
"A very good book!" - RainStorms
"Whether you are a steampunk lover or new to the genre, you’ll find yourself drawn into the world of Sage and Savant.
There’s adventure, time travel, mad science, and about 1000 ways to die! The writing is effervescent, the characters’ voices are clear, and the time travel scenes are truly impressive. The research and attention to the eras visited is amazing. Love the roaring 20s? Let’s pop in for a bit. Want to experience Naples in 1456? Off we go! Vikings? We’ve got ‘em!" - A Gomez
"Transmigrations is a really enjoyable book, from start to finish." - amazon customer
"One of the best written books I have read all year. I really felt that the emotional depth and complexity of language made the dialogue come alive" - Larice Clark
"What an enjoyable read! I felt a sense of adventure from the very first page." - cory c.