About The Sentience Sentence:
Chris Kelton decides to stick it out one last summer in his college town after graduating, and takes on a housemate for few months to help with the rent. Why? He's not sure. His new boarder, faculty at the university, wasn't what Chris was looking for, but he takes him in anyway. Before Chris knows it, he's helping with research, neglecting his cat, making big lifestyle changes and ignoring his friends. Even though he knows his summer guest is strange, Chris doesn't seem to mind the mystery. Yet true intentions can only stay hidden for so long, and Chris soon discovers that his guest has is not who he says he is. Has Chris inadvertently hastened the end of the world as he knows it? What will Chris do next? What can he do?
The Sentience Sentence is approximately 13,500 words in length. This story has no violence, one swear word (not counting 'crap' or 'damn'), and no sex, although there are sexual themes
About Ian Jaymes:
With a background in biology, Ian is a research scientist in sunny California, where he currently tries to make bacteria do things they don't want to do. He lives with his loving wife, a squid, and two wonderful children.