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Destined for Oblivion: As Nature Intended
     

Destined for Oblivion: As Nature Intended

by Mario Stinger
 
In Norway, a massive complex buried for thousands of years under a fjord was accidentally discovered by two oil rig scuba divers (Eirik and Jack) after a diamond drill bit was obliterated by the outer shell of the facility. They discovered an entrance, entered the facility, and soon realized that the technology was too advanced to have been created in our time.

Overview

In Norway, a massive complex buried for thousands of years under a fjord was accidentally discovered by two oil rig scuba divers (Eirik and Jack) after a diamond drill bit was obliterated by the outer shell of the facility. They discovered an entrance, entered the facility, and soon realized that the technology was too advanced to have been created in our time. Instead of telling the authorities, they took upon themselves to return over the years to map and explore further. They also realized the strange behavior of the facility’s security system when it prevented Jack from operating some equipment and accessing some areas. Follow Eirik, Jack, and others as they negotiate national and international issues in an effort to understand the facility, its Builders, and its purpose.

Product Details

ISBN-13:
9780985994600
Publisher:
Mario's Book
Publication date:
05/01/2012
Series:
Destined for oblivion Series
Pages:
647
Product dimensions:
6.00(w) x 9.00(h) x 1.38(d)

Meet the Author

Mario Stinger’s career has been in security and industrial counter-espionage in North America and Asia. He also has been gravitating around the United Nations for five years and currently lives in the Philippines with his wife, where he is granted diplomatic immunity under the umbrella of the United Nations. This has given him a unique perspective on the UN system, as well as rights and privileges afforded to diplomats. These experiences have helped him ground his novels in the political reality and rules covering these organizations. They have also contributed in making his novels more credible to readers and giving the stories a foundation that people can associate with, despite the genre being science fiction.

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