Lester Barr and Daniel Newton both live near Manchester Airport in England. Lester is a surgeon and cancer specialist at the University Hospital of South Manchester and Christie Hospital, Manchester. His research interests are breast cancer prevention and cancer genetics. He has a particular interest in the relationship between science, atheism, and faith and hopes that this book will be a thoughtful but light-hearted contribution to that debate.
The story is original, but the science, philosophy, and theological thinking contained with the optional extra chapter at the end are influenced by the following scientists whose works the author would recommend to anyone who wishes to study the issues in more depth: Denis Alexander, John Avise, Sam Berry, Francis Collins, Simon Conway-Morris, Darrell Falk, Keith Fox, Stephen Meyer, and John Polkinghorne. The author also recommends words from the following theologians: John Haught, Alastair McGrath, and Keith Ward.
Royalties from the sale of this book will go to the Genesis Breast Cancer Prevention Appeal.