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Trojan Cure
     

Trojan Cure

by Joseph Delaney
 
Here Delaney explores the societal benefits and consequences of modern scientific progress in his semi-futuristic debut novel Trojan Cure. The story focuses around a closed-doors government research facility, Alka, which after endless years of research has finally produced the cure to cancer. A news firm based in Los Angeles sends reporter Nayan Addison,

Overview

Here Delaney explores the societal benefits and consequences of modern scientific progress in his semi-futuristic debut novel Trojan Cure. The story focuses around a closed-doors government research facility, Alka, which after endless years of research has finally produced the cure to cancer. A news firm based in Los Angeles sends reporter Nayan Addison, ex-microbiologist, to investigate the creation of the cure. Upon an initial interview, Nayan finds the people working there to be free-willed good Samaritans genuinely trying to help the world. But suspicions arise regarding the mysterious disappearance of homeless people, and when Nayan follows the lead he finds Alka’s chancellor to be holding back a dark secret which could jeopardize the lives of everyone living in the modern world.

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Product Details

BN ID:
2940013065529
Publisher:
Joseph Delaney
Publication date:
09/02/2011
Sold by:
Barnes & Noble
Format:
NOOK Book
File size:
208 KB

Meet the Author

At the time of writing, Joseph Delaney performed research at the National Cancer Institute, a division of the National Institute of Health in Bethesda, Maryland. He lived in Northern California for the majority of his life with a brief half-year interruption spent studying business and culture in India. His studies have always focused around molecular biology and genetics and he obtained an Honors degree in Chemical Biology at the University of California: Berkeley. He has published his research in esteemed scientific journals and is currently pursuing his PhD degree in molecular biology at the University of Washington. Needless to say, while his stories are fiction, plenty of science support his views of how the world may change in the near future.

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