Angels in the Silicon by Richard Theodor Kusiolek
How Silicon Valley changed forever America's sociopolitical and Global Technology paradigms

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Meet Thaddeus Sikorski, a herculean third-generation American, courageous, persevering, and surprisingly steadfast father of this tragic odyssey to love and protect his angel children. After losing his first love, 18-year-old Thad enlist, and goes on to become a Vietnam War combatant, a San Francisco progressive street revolutionary, a graduate business student, an Internet-related technology visionary, husband, and a global business leader.

In between entrepreneurial misadventures, he manages to save the life of an American President, struggles with a psychopathy attorney and murderer, discovers the truth about Silicon Valley’s justice system, experiences the economic hollowing out brought on by the outsourcing of Silicon Valley technologies, and survives the emotions of remaining true to his love for his children. This extraordinary journey travels through three decades of the American technology and cultural landscape.

Author Richard Kusiolek paid much attention to the details of everyday life of an entrepreneur in Silicon Valley. Angels in the Silicon encapsulates the experience of living in Silicon Valley for three decades of rapid technology progress, economic change, and a politically correct progressive judiciary.

• The novel, ""Angels in the Silicon"", has a powerful American story to tell.
• You will learn the naked truth of living in Northern California’s Silicon Valley.
 

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Published December 18, 2012 by AuthorHouse. 372 pages
Genres: Computers & Technology, Science & Math, Education & Reference, Law & Philosophy. Non-fiction

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