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Dark Light

George George

Publisher: Publishdrive

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Einstein is proved wrong, the speed of light is achievable and has been greatly surpassed. A 14 year old boy has achieved the impossible, he has discovered. Dark Light.
 
Dark Light is a story of a place the US would never admit existed, but does. Telstar a 14 year old boy with an IQ 371 and only just higher than his dad Delta or any person alive or dead discovers. Dark Light. With a mum like Venus who is a top computer scientist and a dad who’s Americas top rockets expert, could he be anything else. Both his parents where born in the same hospital ward at the very moment Neil Armstrong stepped on to the moon. While his dad Delta was raised as a normal American, His mum Venus was born to British Diplomat's and brought up to be very English. Telstar was using Area 101’s vast Hadron Collider without permission, which is far bigger than the Cern Collider. He discovers Dark light while trying to create more weapons for his robot, some of the best discoveries are made by sheer accident. With the ear of the first lady, they get the funding needed to build a ship to travel faster than the speed of light. The Wanderer. They are a motley crew Venus, Delta, Telstar, Leroy, Kip and Bum. Not forgetting the two robots, Guardian. Enforcer. Offensive. Robot. Genetically. Engineered George and Artificial. Life. Force. Intelligently. Encoded. Alfie. They travel to places man could only dream of and head for Gliese 667Cc, while on route they discover aliens and a new world. Upon there return though they discover something far worse, as they arrived 7 years in to the future the earth has been hit by a large asteroid. Computing there way back to there own time, they now have to convince the world to build thousands of ships to evacuate the earth. The clock is running as apocalypse closes in and the certain destruction of the Earth.

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