Francine Habib has travelled the world and brings her love for science, philosophy and an interest in the paranormal to her fiction. She's the author of sci-fi trilogy: The Quantum Objective, Sin, and The All. Prior to becoming a Chartered Psychologist, she graduated with a French and Business degree from the University of London and worked in the City. She finds inspiration in the frontiers of scientific knowledge as well as shared human values, beliefs and behaviours across cultures and through the ages.
She sometimes climbs mountains (slowly), scuba dives (rarely), and does her utmost to steal nuggets of sleep where and when she can (unsuccessfully).
The Quantum Objective
"Compulsively readable...a gripping adventure that tears along the edge of science and through the seams of contemporary thought about the origins of life." The Guardian
The Quantum Objective is an original, thought-provoking thriller crammed with unexpected twists, mind-expanding science, and intriguing concepts about DNA and space/time that readers will be contemplating long after they've read the last page.
This fast-paced adventure is the first book in F.S. Habib's Quantum Curious Trilogy. www.thequantumobjective.com
Young math prodigy, Beth Irving, is snatched off a London street. Rescued by a handsome stranger, she is swept off her feet but he vanishes when police come knocking.
Deserted and pregnant, her son is born with powers that petrify and perplex her. She seeks the source of Galen's gifts but is chased across the globe by relentless mercenaries. Their capture throws Beth into a crucible of love and hate.
Khoen's long-awaited prisoner will crack the code and break the final constraints on physics. But his plans are toppled when her latent powers crush him into an unwanted alliance.
Shackled by a force outside their control, Beth and Khoen uncover the cosmic origins of DNA and its links beyond the holographic fabric of space and time. Their forced bond is ruptured when the Sayan rescues Beth once more. This time he carries away not only his son, but also the unborn child who will change everything...