Tully [NOOK Book]

Overview

Photographs are sent to the CEO of a Fortune 500 research and technology conglomerate depicting disturbing treatment of animals used in testing. The photos come with a threat: Cease operations or they go public. Gordon Burke, the company's most trusted independent consultant, is summoned to the moon in the middle of the night to investigate and evaluate the company's moon-based laboratory. Gordon discovers the work of the brilliant scientist, Dr. Michael Hawthorne, has yielded wonderous hope for mankind in the ...
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Tully

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Overview

Photographs are sent to the CEO of a Fortune 500 research and technology conglomerate depicting disturbing treatment of animals used in testing. The photos come with a threat: Cease operations or they go public. Gordon Burke, the company's most trusted independent consultant, is summoned to the moon in the middle of the night to investigate and evaluate the company's moon-based laboratory. Gordon discovers the work of the brilliant scientist, Dr. Michael Hawthorne, has yielded wonderous hope for mankind in the field of mental health. To Gordon's horror, he also discovers a frightening perversion of that same work that challenges more than just moral boundries. But can he do anything about it being 240,000 miles from any help?
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Product Details

  • BN ID: 2940012935403
  • Publisher: Jack Foehammer
  • Publication date: 6/6/2011
  • Sold by: Barnes & Noble
  • Format: eBook
  • File size: 138 KB

Meet the Author

Jack Foehammer is a pseudonym for speculative fiction writer Thomas J. Rock.

He took up the writing pen, seriously, in 2006 by entering the Star Trek Strange New Worlds Anthology contest. His entry didn’t make it into the book, but the experience solidified his long standing want to write as a profession.

The works of Heinlein, and Asimov, along with other contemporary authors such as; Orson Scott Card, and Larry Niven have influenced Tom to strive for writing a strong speculative element and the affect of that element on characters in the grand tradition of golden age science fiction.

In 2011, Tom began self-publishing his work in all Ebook formats.

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  • Posted May 18, 2014

    I was a bit apprehensive to start reading since this is outside

    I was a bit apprehensive to start reading since this is outside my usual genre, but what a pleasant surprise was waiting!  It is a well constructed and thoughtful story that captured my attention at page one.  I couldn't put it down.  The book addresses a very real possibility that needs to see the light of day.  Author, please continue writing.  Where is this going?  Easy to follow the story and the characters.  We'll done!

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  • Anonymous

    Posted May 17, 2014

    Scary but probably true already!

    Great story! I kind of hated the main character but still felt drawn into his story. Besides, humans are never all good or all bad and that lent credibility to the tale. A quick read that makes you think. The story was scary, because it makes you wonder if such technology already exsists...

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