A Nuclear Tide-The Screenplay [NOOK Book]

Overview

Lead character Lawrence Masterson, his career path aborted in an IBM downsizing, bounces back from despair with a grand plan to solve society's much-debated dilemma as to where to put the country’s nuclear waste. He’ll create an autonomous city-state out of the ghost town of Marathon, Texas to store the radioactive stuff. Out of site, out of mind ’til the mushroom cloud appears.
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A Nuclear Tide-The Screenplay

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Overview

Lead character Lawrence Masterson, his career path aborted in an IBM downsizing, bounces back from despair with a grand plan to solve society's much-debated dilemma as to where to put the country’s nuclear waste. He’ll create an autonomous city-state out of the ghost town of Marathon, Texas to store the radioactive stuff. Out of site, out of mind ’til the mushroom cloud appears.
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Product Details

  • BN ID: 2940011084928
  • Publisher: Jon Foyt
  • Publication date: 7/25/2010
  • Sold by: Smashwords
  • Format: eBook
  • Sales rank: 488,940
  • File size: 293 KB

Meet the Author

Jon Foyt is a Stanford graduate with a Bachelor of Arts degree in Communications and a MBA in Banking. He also participated in the American Heritage Program at the University of Georgia. A former international banker, radio broadcasting executive, and residential real estate developer, Jon is a distance runner, having completed 60 marathons. Lois Foyt is also a Stanford graduate, majoring in Feminist Studies. She established Fieldcrest Fine Arts, an Internet Fine Arts Gallery. The couple live in Jack London’s Valley of the Moon in Northern California.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted March 29, 2013

    It's Ok BUT jmm44

    Much prefer a rrgularnovel

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  • Posted April 8, 2012

    Three observations by me. First,it's not a novel, it's a screen

    Three observations by me. First,it's not a novel, it's a screen play and is written that way. Second, after working in the nuclear field for 20+ years, the ending makes absolutely no sense. Third, despite its failure to be accurate from the technical point of view, it was still a good read (as far as the rest of the story goes).

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