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God Particle, The

Danser, Daniel

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CERN’s Hadron Collider is the world’s most powerful machine; its sole purpose is to prove the existence of the mysterious God Particles – the essential building blocks of the universe. But after a series of global catastrophes, suspicion arises as to whether they are occurring naturally or are somehow connected to the collider’s experiments. After the sudden death of the project’s director general, professor of physics at Massachusetts Institute of Technology, Tom Halligan, is headhunted by CERN’s governing council to continue the search for the elusive particles. He is soon embroiled in a titanic struggle against sinister forces that are intent on creating a chain of events, the outcome of which will determine the fate of the world and the universe. The battle to save the planet from annihilation is being fought by the most unlikely of heroes. Review 5.0 out of 5 stars The New Dan Brown, 30 Nov 2013 By Brightonbayley - See all my reviews This review is from: The God Particle (Kindle Edition) An engrossing,pacey thriller with brains.A great debut novel from an author who combines detail, action and a likeable main character, to deliver a story that will make your mind and pulse race. 5.0 out of 5 stars None, 21 Jan 2014 By Booleanboy (UK) - See all my reviews This review is from: The God Particle (Kindle Edition) Well written, fast-paced novel with some interesting premises and a decent salting of science to aid the suspension of disbelief. Enough questions left unanswered to justify a sequel that I hope is already taking shape on Mr. Danser's desk. Recommended. 5.0 out of 5 stars Gripping and very clever balance of fact & Fiction, 25 Nov 2013 By Mrs. P. J. Cox "Goggle Eyes" (UAE) - See all my reviews (REAL NAME) Amazon Verified Purchase(What is this?) This review is from: The God Particle (Kindle Edition) A very well studied book with so many factual basis that cleverly mixes with fiction (I hope!) I enjoyed it thoroughly - refreshing to see some well studied topics. Would make an awesome film???? 5.0 out of 5 stars Fanastic debut novel, 23 Nov 2013 By ginger - See all my reviews This review is from: The God Particle (Kindle Edition) The sign of a great novel, I read this from start to finish in eight hours. Original, imaginative, intelligent and fast paced. Looking forward to the next one! About the Author Born in Yorkshire, England, Daniel spent his formative years with his head buried squarely in a book. His appetite for literature was insatiable; by the time he was a teenager he had read an entire library of books, from ‘the classics’ to popular fiction, but his preferred genre was action and adventure, citing Frederick Forsyth, Ian Fleming and Robert Ludlum amongst his favourite authors. It was inevitable that he would take his passion into adulthood and, in 1979, went to Manchester University, graduating with a first class honours degree in English Literature. After a short spell as a journalist at the Manchester Evening News, he recognised the commercial potential of the newly emerging computer industry and joined IBM, where, his forward-thinking creativity was put to good use, developing some of the computer platforms that are still recognise as the industry standard, today. Daniel left IBM in 1995 to set up his own company. Carving a career as an internet entrepreneur left little time for him to pursue his dream of writing his own novel, although, his passion for reading never waned and was rarely seen without the latest best-selling novel in his hand. Daniel now works as a freelance writer and, with the encouragement of his family, has finally found the time to put pen to paper. His first novel, inspired by a business trip to Geneva, where he overheard two technicians from the nearby CERN institute discussing the Hadron Collider, delves into a sinister world where humanity has reached a tipping point of developing technology so profound, that it can destroy the human race.
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