Coincidental Paradox

Coincidental Paradox

by William Brown
     
 

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Dan Andrews is a charismatic director of the space hydroponics program of the Department of Agriculture. The United States has built the program outside Earth’s atmosphere after terrorists poisoned the freshwater supply of America, thereby destroying the vegetable crops and livestock in the country and causing panic, starvation, and death. Andrews, however, is

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Dan Andrews is a charismatic director of the space hydroponics program of the Department of Agriculture. The United States has built the program outside Earth’s atmosphere after terrorists poisoned the freshwater supply of America, thereby destroying the vegetable crops and livestock in the country and causing panic, starvation, and death. Andrews, however, is aware that the program is doomed; in the next few years, it will fail to meet the growing population’s food demands.
Robert Colson, a renowned top physicist, has been invited by Andrews to join a team of brilliant scientists for a very important top secret next-to-impossible mission: using Colson’s untested theory, they will alter the planet Venus’s atmosphere and move and expand the program there. To execute the plan, they will need Vladimir Stoli, a greedy multibillionaire Russian entrepreneur, to support the project.
Meanwhile, in Washington, D.C., Senator Doyle is investigating purported irregularities in the hydroponics program and suspects Stoli’s involvement in the project. He plans to bring down Andrews and implicate the President of the United States. This, he thinks, will bring him a step closer to the White House as the presidential election draws near.
Dan and his team are placed in a precarious situation, and resting on their shoulders is the responsibility of feeding and saving the inhabitants of Earth. And they are drawn into a world of shady deals and political wrangling. Will they successfully reatmosphere Venus and build the program there? Will Stoli agree to help? Will Senator Doyle open a can of worms in the program? And ultimately, will Andrews and the scientists be able to stop the impending world hunger?
William Brown’s Coincidental Paradox invites readers to ponder whether sometimes the end really justifies the means. It also tells how far some people would go to serve their own interests and how low others would get to promote the greater good.

Editorial Reviews

Anne Nelson
What a great imagination! William Brown's creativity brins suspense and futuristic science closer to you than you could ever imagine! YOu will be captivated from beginning to the end! This is a must read!
James Bennett
Suspenseful, creative, ingenious storyline and an ending that is completely unexpected.
Erin Heft
Lured in by a plausible setting and thought provoking information, you're held captive on a page turning ride alongside engaging characters and palpable imagery. When the ride comes to a climatic halt, you're left questioning everything you thought you believed.

Product Details

ISBN-13:
2940014165686
Publisher:
Penate
Publication date:
04/11/2012
Sold by:
Barnes & Noble
Format:
NOOK Book
Pages:
285
File size:
509 KB

Meet the Author

Mr. Brown has been an affluent businessman for over 2 decades. Beginning in his early twenties, Bill had a thorough understanding of the complex commercial industry. As one of the Chief Officers in his company, William Brown applied his knowledge to create profits for his company while maintaining great values for each client.

William Brown would like to continue this way of business even through his creativity of writing and having his audience enjoy a great quality work for a great value.

William Brown's education was at the University of Wisconsin in LaCrosse, where he majored in Finance and Economics.

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