MACHINE MAN: GENESIS
Imagine . . . a new lease on life? New York City , the near future: John Smith is a simple, 46-year-old artist who is lives a semi-reclusive existence in NYC. Stricken with cancer, Smith’s undergoes a dramatic change when he falls prey to a covert, cutting-edge government project. Now, with his body suddenly cancer-free but his mind in chaos, John Smith sets out to find the answers to the questions about his new “life”. But when he falls in love with a beautiful young woman, his search for the truth takes an unusual twist. Suddenly willing to accept things as they are, Smith tries to put his past behind him and live a simple and normal existence. On his trail, however, is an evil, sadistic U.S. government whose sights are set on global domination, and those plans require the involvement of Smith — as well as his new found extraordinary abilities. The greatest sci-fi novels in existence are actually blunt social commentaries in sleek clothing, and W.L. Smith’s debut novel is no different. In a stunning debut offering, W.L. Smith pens a tale that mirrors the qualities of the greatest sci-fi novels in existence: an intricate storyline laden with compelling characters, brisk momentum, and a scathing commentary on human society. A powerful fable about human society’s dark future, and the essence of human life, MACHINE MAN: GENESIS, is one explosive, thought-provoking thriller; one that could soon find its way to the movie theaters in the near future. You can order a copy of MACHINE MAN: GENESIS at this online bookstore: Xlibris.com ISBN13 (TP) : 978-1-4257-9758-4 ISBN13 (HB) : 978-1-4257-9768-3
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