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Cerulean Blue
by Wray Miller MillerWrite, Inc.

Category: Fiction / Autobiography
0 pages; ISBN: 0972394818

Rating: 8/10  (Ratings explained)
Reviewer: Anne K. Edwards


What is science fiction today may be the truth tomorrow as space travel and medical research has proven time and again. And thus it may come about that the author of Cerulean Blue has seen the future (if we aren't careful). Scientists working in the South Atlantic discover a blue seaweed and set off a series of events that changes the world. The world is divided into two camps, one ruled by Uni Corp that is ruled b one man, and the other camp ruled by the Chinese. The two have squared off and wait the inevitable war, but in the meantime, Uni Corp has its problems with a few groups that oppose them and what they stand for. One such group is led by Harold Womack, a man trying to protect his family and who doesn't see himself as a world savior. Womack is, however, considered number one enemy by Uni Corp and they pull out all the stops to catch him. Cerulean Blue is written by a talented author, Wray Miller, who takes us forward in time to what seems a possible replay of history, yet there is much more to this story and it is well worth the time to read it. You will be left to consider how things are and ought to be, and the question, 'Could this happen' will bother you because you know it could. This is a well written, well thought out story and comes highly recommended by this reader. Enjoy.



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