Atheist Ted Duncan finds himself face-to-face with a copy of himself from a parallel universe. The other shares with him a common history; his counterpart, however, is Christian. The pair are given controls to the Tuning Station, a machine that allows them to observe their pasts, and assigned a deceptively simple task: discover the exact moment their lives diverged.
As they delve into the mystery, Ted sees ghosts of his own childhood in his double -- an isolated kid suffering from Asperger’s Syndrome, instilled with fear and insecurity by fundamentalist parents. Weaknesses he is certain linger from an unchallenged belief in a God that doesn’t exist.
Revisiting his painful past only confirms for Ted that it was inevitable he’d leave faith and family behind. But his twin stands as a denial. What single event could have changed everything he knows to be true?
Chris A Crawford may have left writing behind in college to pursue a successful career as a software developer, but the desire to tell stories always burned inside him. Unable to resist any longer, he finally sat down and wrote The Tuning Station. And now he’s hooked. Chris is currently writing a YA fantasy/sci-fi series. The first book, Across Heaven and Hell, is scheduled for release in 2017.