During a psychic vision, stockbroker Rick Peters witnesses the deaths of several hundred people in an airplane crash and is given a glimpse of the Wall Street Journal for the day of the accident. He tries to warn the airline of the impending disaster but is labeled a "turn-of-the-century crazy" and ignored. Rick parlays his knowledge into a fortune. Later he follows a voice that tells him to prepare to "protect the Source." Across the country, people like Rick quit their jobs and rearrange their lives to be ready to protect the Source, the living energy of the earth, from being ripped from its hiding place inside the planet by alien computers. Rick knows when the disaster will occur, another visionary knows how to deal with the alien's ship, and other visionaries are grouping to stop it. Browne will grip the imagination of every reader with this nonstop adventure that builds continuously until the explosive finale. The intricate plot, high-tech computer and weapons, and journey into discovering one's self-worth will appeal to readers of science fiction and technothrillers and to anyone who enjoys exceptional writing. Melanie Duncan
Steven gives an overview of the book:
I have always written, beginning with early diaries. Finally after finishing an unpublished novel, I put up some money and self published two books; The Video Tape Post Production Primer and Getting that Job iMotion Picture, Cable and Television Industry. Both sold, but I...