The Traveler's Companion [NOOK Book]

Overview

After the death of his wife, Dr. Ryan Iverson turned love into a weapon. His creation, Angela, is an android that fools her targets into falling helplessly in love with her. As Deputy Director of Science and Technology at the CIA, his mission is to use Angela to seduce and destroy internationally wanted playboy and illicit travel book writer C.C. Go. His series of books,The Traveler's Companion, is an infamous guide for wealthy hedonists to indulge their every whim. The newest edition, however, only has one ...
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The Traveler's Companion

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Overview

After the death of his wife, Dr. Ryan Iverson turned love into a weapon. His creation, Angela, is an android that fools her targets into falling helplessly in love with her. As Deputy Director of Science and Technology at the CIA, his mission is to use Angela to seduce and destroy internationally wanted playboy and illicit travel book writer C.C. Go. His series of books,The Traveler's Companion, is an infamous guide for wealthy hedonists to indulge their every whim. The newest edition, however, only has one destination: the Zone, a place where mind creates matter, where the sick can be healed with a thought, and where a man's fantasies are made manifest. Dr. Iverson may be the only one who understands the potential dangers in a place C.C. Go calls the womb of creation: Reality doesn't stand a chance.
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Midwest Book Review - Helen Dumont
"The very fabric of reality may very well be in danger. ...CIA agent Ryan Iverson must use his android with the power of seduction to take down world renown criminal C.C. Go. But Go has a new toy on hand, the Zone, where the mind trumps all in its creation, a technology that threatens the nature of the universe. As reality is bending to Go's will, Iverson doesn't know how he will stand a chance. "The Traveler's Companion" is a riveting psychological thriller, recommended."
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Product Details

  • BN ID: 2940148583585
  • Publisher: Chater Publishing
  • Publication date: 3/11/2011
  • Sold by: Barnes & Noble
  • Format: eBook
  • Pages: 224
  • File size: 265 KB

Meet the Author

Christopher John Chater often uses humor in his stories to illustrate what technology's role in the future might be, and to question humankind's place in the universe. He was born in Burbank, California, in 1972, but has lived all over, the east coast, the west coast, and the south. He's worked in several industries, a production assistant in the film industry, a song plugger in the music industry, and a bartender and butler in the hospitality industry. He now lives on the island of Coronado and writes full time.
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  • Posted July 11, 2012

    A little muddled in the beginning, but interesting enough to kee

    A little muddled in the beginning, but interesting enough to keep me going. I appreciated the scientific language without it being too scientific, and who doesn't love a good spy story. Give us the rest!

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  • Anonymous

    Posted June 18, 2012

    Decently written science fiction in the vein of Lem's Solaris. S

    Decently written science fiction in the vein of Lem's Solaris. Some parts get a little long winded but over all it is a nice way to spend an afternoon in the sun.

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    Posted October 18, 2011

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