It was just a hoverboard. Nobody was supposed to die.
Dale Adams has worked hard to leave his troubled past behind for a brighter future at Emory University. But when he makes a discovery that will change humanity forever, avoiding the spotlight becomes the least of his concerns.
Small experiments have attracted big attention. And not all who notice want Dale to be successful. Or even alive.
As Dale's world collapses around him, his fate intertwines with that of a girl he hardly knows. Their only hope for survival is to disappear into Atlanta's seedy underbelly, the very place Dale has tried so hard to leave behind. Time is running out, but if they can survive long enough science will be rewritten by the most unlikely of authors.
Compelling and intriguing concept, change is ugly at this and disrupters often come to a bad end, anyone remember Lord Diesel and his mysterious demise? Gave this book a shot and now I look forward to where this goes. The powers that be don’t like to give away any power and will go to extremes to keep the status quo. Luck, ingenuity and friends make this a good read!
Sir Isaac Newton rolled over in his grave
No one was supposed to break gravity
I found this book very interesting and quick to get my attention. Once into the story, I was able to figure out what was coming in general but it still had twists and turns. I am a slow reading adult who enjoys history and science so this was right up my alley. That being said, some of the science can be a bit heavy in areas but if you keep with the book it will be explained in more general terms later on in the book. I also read every word so I found a few errors but only in the fact that two words were out of order or copies of words happened, ex: any any, but this did not take away my ability to enjoy this book. I am looking forward to the next one and hope Mr. Walters continues writing.