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Beware the Dither Bird

Beware the Dither Bird

by Russell Plante
Beware the Dither Bird

Beware the Dither Bird

by Russell Plante


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Maxwell Draper, a physicist, receives foreboding radio transmissions from a deep space satellite caught in the boundless expanse of a black hole – prophetic messages of harmful national events yet to occur.

Nelson Quip, his friend from college days, is also witnessing harmful transformations in his hometown of Laslo, Maine – a development that will cause the extinction of a forest and its wildlife.

This provocative, contemporary story is based upon actual national events, unheeded warnings about failing policies, and the associated indifference to inaction. What will happen if we remain unaware of a changing world around us and inadvertently ignore the troubling events that surround us on a daily basis? The answer is contained in this story – an outcome that only you can decide.

2019 American Book Fest Best Book Award Finalist for Visionary Fiction

2020 Eric Hoffer Book Award Montaigne Medal Finalist for Most Thought-Provoking Novel

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Product Details

ISBN-13: 9781634950145
Publisher: Whimsical Publications
Publication date: 12/07/2018
Pages: 396
Product dimensions: 5.50(w) x 8.50(h) x 0.88(d)

About the Author

Russell H. Plante is an Engineering Physicist with a diverse engineering and academic background in Engineering Physics, Electrical Engineering, and Business Administration. A skilled technical writer, he is a previously published author of non-fiction with John Wiley & Sons, Inc. and Academic Press (Elsevier).

His first novel, Journey Home – A Cat’s Tale was published by Whimsical Publications. Beware the Dither Bird is his second novel, and he continues to write in both non-fiction and fiction genres.

He resides with his wife Kathy and their now more than three cats (another interesting story) in Kittery, Maine where there’s always a chance of a blizzard during the cold winter months and time to contemplate and create meaningful stories.

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