The Godspeak: A story of self-discovery

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iUniverse, Jun 7, 2002 - Fiction - 250 pages
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A physicist is murdered, a discovery of potentially apocalyptically destructive proportions is stolen after its inventor mysteriously commits suicide. Enter a world of spies, murder, mayhem, sex, love, a frenzied pursuit across four continents. This is the world that, The Godspeak opens up to you. But far beyond its thrills and suspense, you will find a path of self discovery that engages the deepest questions of life, death and the thirst of every human being for meaning and happiness. For anyone who loves both a great mystery, loves the exploration of the latest scientific theories about the origins and meanings of the universe, and wants additionally to learn something that could potentially have a life changing meaning for them personally, this novel fulfills every category on that wish list. Hitch a ride with the hero of the novel, Dan Ferino, ex seminarian, philosopher, ex CIA agent and now hired investigator for Life Tech, a shadowy corporate entity supporting the creation of a new breed of biotechnological breakthrough with both the potential for great good and even greater human pain as he seeks to find a resolution for himself and one for the world that will save it from a cataclysmic apocalypse.

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