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The year is 2049, and we most certainly are not alone...

A miraculous, life-enhancing microbe has been discovered on Mars and the race is on to bring the organism back to Earth. But failed physicist Jack Harding has his own reasons to get to Mars first - to save a dying, seven-year-old boy. All he must do to succeed is break the law - the law of gravity.

To make the mission to Mars, Jack must perfect a ground-breaking anti-gravity technology and avoid being killed by ruthless billionaire, Travis Locke, a man who has no qualms with breaking a few laws himself - even murder. The life of a young boy, one of five orphans entrusted to Jack’s care, hangs in the balance as Jack struggles between the man he once was and the man he hopes he can be again.

©2021 Mark Wayne McGinnis (P)2021 Mark Mcginnis

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  • 06-07-21

Poor story. No plot. Really bad ending

Unfortunately this was not one of his better books. very poor premise and story line that was not really enjoyable. Maybe good for a kid but even they will ask questions.
The Narrator did a valiant job but would have preferred he didn't use the cutesy voice.

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  • 01-06-21

Childish

This book would only be believable to a child of around 8. I did finish it but only because I put it on double speed