Remote Terminal

Remote Terminal

by Jesse Livingston
     
 

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Remote Terminal, a planet long forgotten, lost in the annals of time, is rediscovered. Its mysteries unfold revealing dominated ancient civilizations and transit alien cultures that abandoned extraterrestrial technologies below the earth's crust. Frank, a college professor and research scientist, while determined to save his longtime friend Ralph, and his companions… See more details below

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Remote Terminal, a planet long forgotten, lost in the annals of time, is rediscovered. Its mysteries unfold revealing dominated ancient civilizations and transit alien cultures that abandoned extraterrestrial technologies below the earth's crust. Frank, a college professor and research scientist, while determined to save his longtime friend Ralph, and his companions who became trapped in a cavern deep beneath the earth, discovers remnants of ancient alien technology secretly being developed by the U.S. military at Area 51. Intrigue and deception unfold in this intertwined adventure story of extraterrestrial life forms, mysteries of past civilizations, and the greed and corruption of modern man. Many twists of fate and romance await Frank and his pilot James Cooper as they attempt to untangle the complex and difficult circumstances Ralph has presented to them after his rescue. This story culminates when Helen, the daughter of Nichols Parker, a millionaire industrialist corrupted and being secretly investigated by the FBI for industrial espionage, becomes infatuated with Frank and turns his world upside down. Their relationship builds from teacher-student to a romantic love affair of a lifetime. Mr. Reed and his cronies from Area 51 collide with Mr. Parker, the FBI and the extraterrestrial that has been monitoring the developments at the military base. Punishment is the final resolution for the betrayal and exploitation of the alien's trust and cooperation.

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Product Details

ISBN-13:
2940014750684
Publisher:
Publish America
Publication date:
02/26/2007
Sold by:
Barnes & Noble
Format:
NOOK Book
Pages:
240
File size:
1 MB

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