Rulon Hurt is a straightlaced, religious, and hardworking farmer from Idaho. Yohaba Melekson is a wild, worldly, and impossibly intelligent physics student from Switzerland. But when the two discover a trunk full of Albert Einstein's secret writings, they learn that opposites attract in this electric tale that pits truth against lies, faith against knowledge, heart against mind, and an epic struggle for survival against the planet's imminent destruction.
|Publisher:||Cedar Fort, Incorporated/CFI Distribution|
|Sold by:||Barnes & Noble|
|File size:||2 MB|
Most Helpful Customer Reviews
Got an ARC copy of this and loved it. Big ole Rulon Hurt is a real cowboy who earns extra cash by spying for the U.S. He claims to not like physical contact, but easily holds his own in a fight. During a routine caper, he gets fired from his job. When he tries to remove the bugs he had planted in a luggage store, he stumbles into a very dangerous and unplanned search for a special formula to increase the power of "the bomb" by 60 times. Everyone is after Einstein's trunk, wherein lies the formula, and wants his great great grandaughter to help them find it. There follows a great chase, with Russians, Serbians, Americans and Swiss, all clamboring to get the formula. Filled with action and wonderful humor, I just could not put this down. A great, great read.