Dragonfly: Book Eight

Dragonfly: Book Eight

by Sebastian Roberts, Tom Cuba

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In ancient lore, the dragonfly is the symbol of transformation and rebirth. In Dragonfly, Sebastian brings a tired and skeptical nation through a process of metamorphosis no less dramatic than that undertaken by the dragonfly larva as it transforms itself from an ugly water bug into a beautiful aerial acrobat.

Or does he?

Madison Thompson, a mechanical engineer, and Janice Edmonds, a Puerto Rican novelist, are dark horses in the 2016 election, but manage to pull off an upset using one very unusual tactic: Honesty. Coupled with a reticence to speak ill of the other candidates and a desire to focus on their own qualifications, they win victory - and the metamorphosis begins.

In a twist becoming familiar in Sebastian's novels, the last few chapters throw everything into doubt. What really happens will rely on America acknowledging that the shape of tomorrow - Tomorrow's Reality - will be the result of hard work, not fate.

Product Details

BN ID: 2940151596633
Publisher: Tom Cuba
Publication date: 06/07/2015
Sold by: Barnes & Noble
Format: NOOK Book
Pages: 618
File size: 978 KB

About the Author

Raised a simple Missouri farm boy, Sebastian managed to attend a British Prep School before commencing a college career that would culminate in a Doctorate Degree in Marine Ecology. He also served as an Intelligence Officer in the U.S. Navy, and as a scoutmaster, SCUBA instructor, Wilderness Survival instructor, and Firearms instructor. He has worked as an ecologist in both government and private practice, as well as a freelance nature photographer and computer programmer. Now, a father and grandfather, Sebastian offers life lessons in the form of stories about the challenges people face and conquer. To that end, his first lesson is always his favorite quote. “Failure is the whetstone of success.” ~ T. Leith Rettie, 1884.

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