The Day Gravity Became Irrelevant
Author: Ralph Rotten
Genre: Humorous Science Fiction
Page Count: 387
Word Count: 108,000
A genius, an artificial intelligence, and the smartest man in the world walk into a bar...
After inventing an energy efficient form of antigravity, the Sparks brothers are ready to cash in on their billion-dollar discovery.
But very soon they realize that there is no government or corporation on the planet that would not kidnap them for control of this technology. After all, gravitational disaffinity would not only change the entire world paradigm, and be worth trillions of dollars, but it is also a priceless tactical advantage for the nation that possesses it.
Desperate to see their invention change the world while enriching them, the brothers come up with a scheme to preemptively put the screws to those who would seek to steal their designs. In a twisting story that never stands still, Jack and Jamie chase their dreams, even if it kills them.
Like all Rotten novels, TDGBI is a fun, character-driven story, filled with tantalizing personalities that leave you with a warm fuzzy feeling. In a David vs Goliath match-up, the Sparks brothers take on massive forces in their quest to change the entire world paradigm.