Cryonic Man: A Paranormal Affair melds seventeenth-century swordplay and sorcery with twenty-first-century sci-fi in an unforgettable romantic adventure.
Jim Jackson is just one fight away from winning the 1976 World Heavyweight Championship when he suffers debilitating headaches. Diagnosed with a fatal brain tumor, Jackson seeks relief in a radical medical procedure.
Dr. Joseph Callahan Jackson, an aging physician who spends his life unraveling the mysteries of rejuvenation, revives his father in 2026 after the fifty-year-long cryonic preservation. But the happy scientific ending goes awry when Jackson regains consciousness to find he shares body and mind with “Blood Countess” Erzsébet Báthory.
Jackson resists Erzsébet’s control, desperate to exorcise her. When he finds a May-December relationship with his beloved wife impossible, he needs Erzsébet’s fierce spirit to forge a new life. But what is her hidden agenda?
Erzsébet leads Jackson on a colorful quest through time to confront her nemesis, a Transylvanian sorcerer whose single-minded intent is to destroy her. When Jackson stands toe-to-toe with Zsombor, will the fated couple choose unlimited power or everlasting love?
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About the Author
Like the hero of Cryonic Man, author Joe DiBuduo grew up in Hano, one of the toughest neighborhoods in Boston. He became a writer and an artist, not a prizefighter, but in his rough-and-tumble youth, he never turned away from a street fight. DiBuduo is also the author of a second mixed genre paranormal novel, The Mountain Will Cover You (JD Books, 2016); a memoir, Crime A Day: Death by Electric Chair & Other Boyhood Pursuits (Jaded Ibis Press, 2016), and the popular narrative nonfiction book, A Penis Manologue: One Man’s Response to The Vagina Monologues (JD Books, 2009). His publication credits include collections of flash fiction and his signature “poetic flash fiction,” as well as children's storybooks. His poetry and short stories for children and adults appears in online journals and in print anthologies. For more info about DiBuduo's work, see joedibuduo.com.