Hidden Knowledge Satellite

Hidden Knowledge Satellite

by Stephen McMahon
     
 

Background:
It is 10 000 AD, and humanity has moved across the solar system.
The amazing nanobots, are surface computer-programmed, sub-atomic triads, which use their spin, electro-magnetic and other forces, to dissolve and recombine into every element known. Nanobots can make every state and structure of matter.
Semi-autonomous nanobots have been

Overview

Background:
It is 10 000 AD, and humanity has moved across the solar system.
The amazing nanobots, are surface computer-programmed, sub-atomic triads, which use their spin, electro-magnetic and other forces, to dissolve and recombine into every element known. Nanobots can make every state and structure of matter.
Semi-autonomous nanobots have been building and elaborating half-moon-sized domes across the solar system for thousands of years.
Some of these domes have never been discovered, others inhabited and left, others again are haunts for various genetically engineered creatures, living beyond in unexplored domes, living in mysterious domes down dull corridors commonly labelled by the Satellite space community as ‘The Dark’.
The ever-growing nanobot domes are the home for countless billions of people whose entire lives for generations are lived beyond the Earth on Satellite.

The Story:
In this Sci-fi thriller, Magnus, a rookie reporter, with the help of his mentor, High Lord Legiton, and his girlfriend, Catherine, investigates the tragic loss of his best friend’s parents and their home.
Magnus looks for the persons responsible for these deaths, and the deaths of that entire community, but in doing so, he disturbs powerful criminal enemies who withhold knowledge from the public to protect their very private, opulent lifestyles.
In his struggle to see justice done, Magnus must endure further attempts on his life, and threats to the ones he loves, as well as the temporary outrage of his friends, to protect not only his girlfriend, mentor and friends, but the entire civilization of the Earth-space community whose lives depend on Satellite.

Product Details

ISBN-13:
2940045982610
Publisher:
Stephen McMahon
Publication date:
05/30/2014
Sold by:
Smashwords
Format:
NOOK Book
File size:
125 KB

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Meet the Author

Stephen McMahon is about to finish his double major degree in psychology and writing at Edith Cowan University, in Perth, Western Australia. He has a three year Diploma of Teaching and was a teacher for twenty six years. Stephen has been involved in the Arts, a while back winning the Perth Festival Open Men’s Operatic division, and performing with the Channel Seven Workshop. When an operation ended his singing, Stephen turned to writing. Satellite is his first published work, a short story he hopes to turn into a novel.

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