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Mother
     

Mother

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by Michael McDonald
 

Since the Great Calamity of February 14th, 2016, population rates have been dwindling. The cause: Mother Nature. A brilliant scientist juggles her relationships with her grouchy mentor and her new team leader as she strives to create artificial life. Will humanity get in its own way in its quest to save itself from extinction?

Overview

Since the Great Calamity of February 14th, 2016, population rates have been dwindling. The cause: Mother Nature. A brilliant scientist juggles her relationships with her grouchy mentor and her new team leader as she strives to create artificial life. Will humanity get in its own way in its quest to save itself from extinction?

Product Details

BN ID:
2940033242696
Publisher:
Michael McDonald
Publication date:
05/16/2012
Sold by:
Smashwords
Format:
NOOK Book
Sales rank:
1,029,628
File size:
70 KB

Meet the Author

Writer, reader, ranter; Michael J. McDonald likes an eclectic range of things, but not bananas. He started writing stories before he could write by hand, sticking printed words together to form the sentences in his first days of school, then bothering the teacher to print off more so he could complete his epic. Things have come full circle, as due to injury he finds himself again unable to write by hand, but thanks to the magic box on his desk his prose continues to flow. Unless somebody is wrong on a forum.


Being a grumpy misanthropist with a cane leads to a particularly disillusioned undercurrent in his writing, but it's not all doom and gloom. Sometimes he lets most of the characters live. Though sometimes they'll wish they didn't. Michael has been published by Quantum Muse magazine, Wherever It Pleases e-zine, Books To Go Now and the University of Glasgow Student Association. He is currently working on a sequel to Underworld and a more adult novel that is a cheerful story of teen angst, rebellion and death.

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Mother 3 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 2 reviews.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
Interesting story.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
Interesting concept but the story ended rather abruptly. More like the beginning of the tale -- no middle or end.