The Miracle’s Curse
About the Book
Peter Harris is a young, nerdy physicist with big dreams—and those dreams have finally come true. He has invented a “replicator,” a machine that creates items for human survival using sub-atomic particles. Peter’s machine doesn’t affect the environment and appears to be a miracle of modern science.
Despite the machine’s ability to feed and clothe humanity and even create building materials while reducing carbon dioxide, powerful people are not pleased. The United States government hopes to thwart Peter’s accomplishments, even though his replicator could save the world.
Desperate to share his breakthrough, Peter assembles a team to navigate the pitfalls of creating powerful enemies. They must now represent the resistance and survive all attempts to end replicator technology. In an ironic twist of fate, this miracle of life-changing proportions holds the seeds of tragedy.
About the Author
Retired accountant living in Sedona. Developed a passion for quantum physics as it appears to be almost mystical. A student of the human condition and deplores the current political and economic issues.