Newhuman Mars: In the Shadow of Omen

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iUniverse, Oct 12, 2009 - Fiction
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For a thousand years every gulag had been the same.
The same drawn faces.
The same haunting blank stares.
The same cold-blooded, inhuman guards.
The same gruesome tools for inflicting pain.
It was in this godless place called a gulag that Carina Matthews now found herself.
Rebellious. Feisty. Intelligent. She would soon learn how much agony one can endure before folding.

"A masterfully crafted story based on the universal human conflict between the desire for order and the desire for freedom. Burgauer gives us a heroine whose concern is for the future, and a hero who is keenly aware of his own mortality."
- Loren Logsdon . . . Editor, Eureka Literary Magazine

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About the author (2009)

Burgauer is an avid hiker, Eagle Scout, founder of a successful mutual fund, winner of the coveted Mathematics and Science Award from the Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute. He is a graduate of Illinois State University. He writes science fiction and teaches Business Finance for Eureka College and for Bradley University.

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