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eBook The Trojan Project: A Novel of Intrigue About Reshaping America ePub

by Edmund Contoski

  • ISBN: 0965500756
  • Subcategory: Literature
  • Author: Edmund Contoski
  • Language: English
  • Publisher: Amer Liberty Pub; First edition (March 1, 1997)
  • Pages: 254
  • ePub book: 1527 kb
  • Fb2 book: 1708 kb
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  • Rating: 4.4
  • Votes: 552

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Makers And Takers is an important contribution to today's national political dialogue.

Well, Edmund Contoski's "The Trojan Project" could well have been the inspiration for both Crichton's "State of. .The Trojan Project is a technological thriller/fantasy set squarely in the middle of today's political climate. This work can be classified as both fiction and non-fiction.

Well, Edmund Contoski's "The Trojan Project" could well have been the inspiration for both Crichton's "State of Fear" and King's "The Cell. Taking current events & realities in our political infrastructure, Contoski, has woven a masterful tale of technological horror.

Well, Edmund Contoski’s The Trojan Project could well have been the inspiration for both Crichton’s State of Fear . Edmund Contoski has 45 years experience in international markets

Well, Edmund Contoski’s The Trojan Project could well have been the inspiration for both Crichton’s State of Fear and King’s The Cell. Contoski builds his book around a tale of an unscrupulous politician allying with a techno-wizard who develops a way to manipulate mass-populations through computer-generated phone network frequencies. Edmund Contoski has 45 years experience in international markets. He has lectured widely on international monetary issues and conducted investment seminars in precious metals and foreign currencies.

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Edmund Contoski is the author of Makers And Takers: How Wealth and Progress are Made and How They are Taken Away or Prevented and The Trojan Project, a Novel of Intrigue about Restoring America. New evidence of CFLs causing fires - even exploding - as well as new environmental concerns have come to light since my article The CFL Fraud published.

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The five novels collected in this volume-a successor to Philip K. Dick .

The five novels collected in this volume-a successor to Philip K. Dick: Four Novels of the 1960s-offer a breathtaking overview of the range of this science-fiction master. In these classics from the height of his career, the wild humor, freewheeling inventiveness, and darkly prophetic insights of Dick at his best are fully on display. Regarded by some as Dick’s most powerful novel, A Scanner Darkly mixes futuristic fantasy with an all-too-real evocation of the culture of addiction in 1970s America.

What can one man do when he finds himself up against the most dangerous men in America? His only weapons are intellectual: a keen analytical mind and rational morality. His opponents have vast resources of money and power--and no moral limitations on their use. The tale begins with a series of puzzling events. Cars are being moved mysteriously at night without anyone knowing who moves them or why, and food is disappearing. One man discovers what causes these strange happenings, but he doesn't know the full story. When he finally does, he learns that his own life is in danger--and so is the future of the nation! His solution for saving the United States will be of interest to everyone concerned about the current direction of this country.

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Ever wonder where authors like Michael Crichton and Stephen King get their ideas? Well, Edmund Contoski's "The Trojan Project" could well have been the inspiration for both Crichton's "State of Fear" and King's "The Cell."

Contoski builds his book around a tale of an unscrupulous politician allying with a techno-wizard who develops a way to manipulate mass-populations through computer-generated phone network frequencies. With this as his framework he then lays out a strong political vision of how America's principles have been corrupted by politicians and through the courts and presents a strong argument for making changes to return us to the principles laid down by the Founding Fathers.

While the political discussion is far more dominant than in Crichton's "State of Fear," Contoski avoids the trap that Ayn Rand fell into in Atlas Shrugged. Rather than going for hundreds of pages of preachy monologue, Ed arranges his main political presentation as a lively dialogue between the main antagonist and protagonist and keeps it to a size that most readers will find quite digestible.

The background "science-fiction" aspect of the book isn't strong enough to carry it into mainstream science fiction literature, but it's strong enough to provide a human connection that elevates the book beyond the standard political philosophy genre and overall it succeeds wonderfully in presenting some fairly complex ideas in a way that makes for a very comfortable reading.

The Trojan Project provides an excellent introduction to a well-articulated Conservative/Libertarian philosophy presented in a clear and enjoyable format that should serve to disturb many Americans who have little to no idea how deeply our fundamental American principles of government have been corrupted over the years.

Michael J. McFadden
Author of Dissecting Antismokers' Brains
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The Trojan Project is a technological thriller/fantasy set squarely in the middle of today's political climate. This work can be classified as both fiction and non-fiction. Taking current events & realities in our political infrastructure, Contoski, has woven a masterful tale of technological horror. We watch as a computer virus spreads affecting and infiltrating the entire United States telephone system. Ed has a penned a novel that will keep you in uncertain anticipation with each turn of the page. Finishing up with an uncommon, and totally unanticipated ending your attention is held until the very last period- and beyond.
Leslie Blanchard
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