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CL SMOTHERS

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author of high tech, action orientated science fiction

The Wormhole Project

What starts out as a gift to enable humanity to explore the stars, becomes a life or death struggle to complete the project and defeat terrorists who have a single objective — to steal the technology, develop a weapon of mass destruction, and dominate the Earth.

 

A top secret, high risk endeavor, the Wormhole Project was undertaken to facilitate space exploration in the far reaches of the galaxy. However, during development, the wormhole becomes unstable and kills twenty-two of the world’s greatest scientists. The project is immediately shut down citing it as high risk and unmanageable.

 

Ten years later, the National Science and Technology Agency (NSTA) restarts the project. A unique thesis written by Dr. Harry Stevenson, a young PhD graduate from Cal Tech, is recommended by his professor, Scot Kimberly, to Dr. Bill Hart at NSTA. Kimberly, a consultant to NSTA, convinces Hart to hire Harry as the program manager despite his youth and inexperience.

 

Harry selects System Technology Laboratories (STL) in New Mexico to implement the theory and develop the system. After three years of unimpeded progress, moles infiltrate and disrupt the project. Initial space flights through the wormhole are plagued with sabotage, killing many of Harry’s team members. What starts out as a gift to allow humanity to explore the stars, becomes a struggle to successfully complete the project and defeat the terrorists.

 

In a final showdown, the United States is given 72 hours to surrender or face total annihilation. Harry and his team become the last line of defense to defeat the most indefensible and horrific weapon system ever developed, and save America from total destruction.

 

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