The government is building an army of soldiers that will be unlike anything the world has seen before. The Lemuria Project is classified above top-secret. They are in the process of perfecting the ultimate warrior so that war will be a thing of the past.
Colonel McGraw was stripped of his title when it become clear that he was committing crimes against the people he was in charge of. He was given a lucky break after serving a year in solitary for heading up The Lemuria Project. When a couple of people scientists come across this experiment they are forced to make difficult decisions, like whether or not they want to live.
What a thrilling way to spend a few hours! This is one of my favorite science fiction books I've ever read.
Dec. 1, 2009
About Barry Pollack*
Barry Pollack, who still works in the frontline trenches of medicine as an ER doctor, has a creative life that spans a variety of venues. After a master’s degree in film from Stanford and a fellowship at the American Film Institute, he began as a documentary filmmaker and went on to write and direct two feature films — MGM’s Cool Breeze in 1972 and the Fanfare release This is a Hijack in 1973. In 1980, Pollack graduated from the University of Oklahoma Medical School and began a new career as an emergency physician. However, he never stopped writing. Pollack’s subsequent work includes several prime time television dramas, such as Trapper John, M.D. and Hotel, magazine short stories, several screenplays, and ten years of newspaper columns for the Ventura County STAR in California. Forty-Eight X, his debut novel, was published by Medallion Press in December 2009.
*Taken from here.
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