The Walk of a Million Years by Stephen Makk

He was an astronaut from the Republic of Antarctica, she was a young Swiss woman killed in an accident. On a cold faraway world, they’d make discoveries that would change humanity. Maya was now a human AI, her cerebral cortex was infused into circuitry. Maya struggles to reconcile what she now is with who she was. Te Ariki and her were an exploration team, nothing more; until life made the simple complex.

After crossing the void of space, Te Ariki and Maya took an exploration walk on that cold world. With the help of scientists at CERN they begin to uncover revelations concerning humanity’s origins from deep in the mists of time, fusing past, present and future.

Will Te Ariki and Maya learn the truth at last? Could Maya find an answer to her own dilemma? Could it be that the truth is inside us all; and is death isn’t really the end?

If you’ve ever wondered about our origins and our place in the universe? Or ever looked up into the night sky in awe; come for a walk of a million years.

What can I say? Another excellent book by Mr Makk. Once again he takes you on a journey of Intrigue but this time he makes you think, what if? – Amazon Reviewer.