Encore by Dave Lindsay

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"CRYONICS - The frigid controversy surrounding the Ted Williams affair sparked national interest in the science, but there were many unanswered questions that were never addressed by the media.

The human soul...Does it actually exist? Is it a crucial element of the human psyche? If it does exist and departs the body when a person dies, as most religions contend, will it return upon rejuvenation? Encore explores the most alarming possibility of all, what if it doesn´t? Time is running out for an elite cartel of five prestigious American scientists working on a Top-Secret Cryonic project. To advance their efforts, a young scientist (Eddie Grisham) and his associate (Maggie Bennett) are invited to participate in the balance of the clandestine project. The sole objective: to rejuvenate one of the most prominent idealists of the twentieth century, a man secretly frozen down in November of 1966.In spite of her unbridled commitment to the project, Maggie clings to her spiritual convictions and is compelled to explore the philosophical prospect that is inherently linked. Armed with a well-supported theory, she lures her agnostic companion into the scientific realm of theological tenet. Modern technology fused with an esoteric interpretation of biblical prophecy serves to justify the incredulous perspective and sets the stage for a magnificent enigmatic scenario.If Maggie´s theory was correct, the monumental Cryonic feat could provide the fabled Antichrist with a socially acceptable means of achieving incarnation. As conjectured, the astonishing achievement transcends a serendipitous portal which unknowingly extends an opportunity for evil to fill the spiritual void. Even with all of the ambivalent contingencies, it´s the secret identity of their patient that provides ENOCORE with an arcane paradoxical twist. They had no way of knowing that their experiment would inadvertently catapult the world into the prophetic ´Last Days´."

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Published March 27, 2002 by Xlibris. 364 pages
Genres: Science Fiction & Fantasy, Literature & Fiction. Fiction

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