Joseph, "Tex", and the Featureless Cheerleader [NOOK Book]

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Joseph, a brilliant chemist, accidentally makes a great discovery. He realizes his shortcomings to protect this discovery, along with his life, so he retreats to his uncle’s lake cabin, high-up in East Coast mountains of New England. At great cost, that practically bankrupts him from the funds he needs for his research, he also arranges for fortification of the cabin area he chooses to hide at, along with employing a group of unemployed army veterans in an attempt to protect him...
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Joseph,

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Overview

Joseph, a brilliant chemist, accidentally makes a great discovery. He realizes his shortcomings to protect this discovery, along with his life, so he retreats to his uncle’s lake cabin, high-up in East Coast mountains of New England. At great cost, that practically bankrupts him from the funds he needs for his research, he also arranges for fortification of the cabin area he chooses to hide at, along with employing a group of unemployed army veterans in an attempt to protect him in his mountain sanctuary.
Apart from this great discovery, Joseph is not only running out money, but also—precious time. Time is his chief adversary, although he has plenty of others to hinder his progress, including his very disturbed sister-in-law.
He has to find what he was really trying to find—a cure for his family’s man-made dreadful two-fold disease that creates very deceiving side effects. A disease, that has already killed his father, and is about to kill his older brother Simon if he can’t find a cure first.
Even though he can avoid it, Joseph chooses to attempt to find this elusive cure while experiencing the dreadful pain of the disease himself, along with the great risk this disease possesses to his own life.
Plus, him freely, but dreadfully, opting to experience—the equally horrifying nightmares this pain generates through the likes of the sadistic “Tex”, and his equally sadistic sidekick—the Featureless Cheerleader. This he does not only in an attempt to save his and his brother’s life, but also for the benefit of two others who has grown even dearer to him.
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Product Details

  • BN ID: 2940012497901
  • Publisher: Publish America
  • Publication date: 2/2/2011
  • Sold by: Barnes & Noble
  • Format: eBook
  • File size: 703 KB

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