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Ghost Mode

By Johnson, Kevin, Wade

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Title: Ghost Mode  
Author: Johnson, Kevin, Wade
Language: English
Subject: Fiction, Drama and Literature, What if technology was invented allowing anyone to go anywhere unseen, like a ghost? What would those in power do with it?
Collections: Science Fiction, Authors Community
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Publisher: Self-Published
Member Page: Kevin Johnson


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A science fiction novella with a political undertone, looking at what virtually unlimited power does, and how it might have been used over the years from 1934 into the 2010s

Nikola Tesla invents technology in 1934 that lets someone turn into a virtual ghost, invisible and able to walk through walls. The US Government ends up with it. How would those in power use such power?

"[I]f the scientists are correct, the worlds out there are parallel to ours. Well, not parallel, but branches from the same tree, from the same history. … "Worlds where Tesla never heard about Yellowstone while visiting Colorado in 1903, never had his imagination fired by descriptions of 'Coulter's Hell,' never had the fundamental inspiration for the Tesla Field."

Table of Contents
Like a Ghost Duel in a Ghostly Place The Senator's Ghosts Bay of Ghosts Ghost Watchers Ghost in Exile Gone Rogue Discovery Series Death in a Warehouse


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