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The Helios
     

The Helios

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by N.J. Matthews
 

The Helios is a work of speculative fiction. What might happen in our world should there be a sudden discovery of a new source of energy that obsoletes all of the world's current energy supply?

Would this new inexhaustible, non-polluting energy source be a panacea or a curse? Would the world economy collapse as a result?

Overview

The Helios is a work of speculative fiction. What might happen in our world should there be a sudden discovery of a new source of energy that obsoletes all of the world's current energy supply?

Would this new inexhaustible, non-polluting energy source be a panacea or a curse? Would the world economy collapse as a result?

Product Details

BN ID:
2940011431968
Publisher:
N.J. Matthews
Publication date:
07/31/2011
Sold by:
Smashwords
Format:
NOOK Book
File size:
340 KB
Age Range:
18 Years

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Meet the Author

Having always being an avid reader, particularly of murder mysteries, I decided that I would try my hand at writing one. The first one, Singularity, turned into a series of three others, The Sophia, The Sign of Nun and Wee Johnnie Norrie. All feature Dave Harris, who rises to Chief of Detectives through the course of the series. After I had written the four crime novels, my youngest grandson asked me why I didn't write anything suitable for his age group. This was a challenge I couldn't resist, Perusia followed along with the sequel Kush. Both are aimed at young adults and are historical fiction set in a time just after Julius Caesar is assasinated. I must admit to being somewhat eclectic. What's next? Who knows.

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The Helios 1.5 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 2 reviews.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
The book was a disjointed play on greek mythology in a modern setting, I think. You get what you pay for, literally. The book was free.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
The book is an OK read but it needed some serious proofreading. It's full of grammatical and, especially, punctuation errors. There are also a significant number of disjointed sentences that needed editing to make sense. I would have given the book a basic three if it had been properly proofread.