The story is exciting, the premise intriguing, and it moves right along. I went to work, wishing I could stay home and find out what happens next!
I've already recommended it to everyone I know who loves good books!
Levitation technology that can deliver free drinking water throughout the world verges on release. It can wipe out thirst and disease, or be wielded as a tool to keep oil as the world's dominant energy source.
From the streets of Zurich to coastal inlets of British Columbia, and from Malibu's Pepperdine University to the malpaise badlands of New Mexico, a chase unfolds that matches wits, gumption, and an unusual mathematical algorithm against powers eager to control the transformation of the world. In grappling with pursuit, one man and woman end up reshaping their identities.
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T. Mullen was born in sunny St. Thomas in the U.S. Virgin Islands, and then moved to the suburbs north of Chicago, where he lived until he was seven. His family then moved to Ireland, which became home base for the next eighteen years. He studied architectural and civil engineering as well as business administration and spent fifteen years working outside the U.S. as a consultant regarding water resource and environmental projects in Africa, Asia, the Middle East, and Latin America. Spending half his life in the U.S. and half outside influenced the topics Mullen writes about - including travel, history, and cultural clashes. He has written several magazine articles related to environmental issues and has also written a few books, including Wine and Work - People Loving Life, as well as Rivers of Change - Trailing the Waterways of Lewis and Clark. For more about T.Mullen and his books, check out www.RoundwoodPress.com.
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A fun read. Keeps you anticipating what happens next. Great development of characters and scenes. Wonderful to have a fiction book that also provides some insight to different countries and cultures. Nice vision of solving a fundamental world problem. Most of all a well written fun book to read.