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In D.A. Kori Prier's second installment of the Klabowski Chronicles science fiction series, readers can learn what happens to the U.S. population and Simon J. Klabowski when technology goes wrong. 

Is Simon J. Klabowski a mad scientist or has SCIENCE gone mad? After all, he built the dipole.

Author turned character, Kori Prier narrates the story about Dr. Simon J. Kablowski’s in-garage science lab project which derives one possibility, but delivers quite another. Simon J. learned of a way to end droughts. He was told to build a machine and how to build it. Subsequently, a driven Simon J. collected his friends, and with help from Washington D.C., built the world’s first 200-foot tall, hydroscopic dipole. But who was telling Dr. Kablowski what to do?

Would his destiny include creating the technology which solves global drought, and in turn save a grand portion of the human race? Or is his free will setting up the human race for rapid extinction? Simon J. never intended to cause the devastation that unfolded across the nation. And now over a million people could be dead because of his actions.

Quickly, Simon J. and friends scramble for clues to end the national disaster. The U.S. government is intent on shutting down Simon J.’s dipole. Will they succeed, or be pushed back by a universal force? Just when it appears everything is falling apart, could it actually be falling into place?

In D.A. Kori Prier's second installment of the Klabowski Chronicles science fiction series, readers can learn what happens to the U.S. population and Simon J. Klabowski when technology goes wrong. 

Is Simon J. Klabowski a mad scientist or has SCIENCE gone mad? After all, he built the dipole.

Author turned character, Kori Prier narrates the story about Dr. Simon J. Kablowski’s in-garage science lab project which derives one possibility, but delivers quite another. Simon J. learned of a way to end droughts. He was told to build a machine and how to build it. Subsequently, a driven Simon J. collected his friends, and with help from Washington D.C., built the world’s first 200-foot tall, hydroscopic dipole. But who was telling Dr. Kablowski what to do?

Would his destiny include creating the technology which solves global drought, and in turn save a grand portion of the human race? Or is his free will setting up the human race for rapid extinction? Simon J. never intended to cause the devastation that unfolded across the nation. And now over a million people could be dead because of his actions.

Quickly, Simon J. and friends scramble for clues to end the national disaster. The U.S. government is intent on shutting down Simon J.’s dipole. Will they succeed, or be pushed back by a universal force? Just when it appears everything is falling apart, could it actually be falling into place?


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