The Scientist's Cat

The Scientist s Cat Lendon Sora is a talented scientist who dreams of changing the world Harold S Truman is a bored factory manager who wants nothing than to die Neither of them knows it but their lives are inseparably

  • Title: The Scientist's Cat
  • Author: Daniel Walker
  • ISBN: null
  • Page: 381
  • Format: Kindle Edition
  • Lendon Sora is a talented scientist who dreams of changing the world Harold S Truman is a bored factory manager who wants nothing than to die Neither of them knows it, but their lives are inseparably linked.Content with his cat at the farmhouse, Sora hasn t a care in the world until one day he has a revolutionary idea What if human temperament isn t regulated by lLendon Sora is a talented scientist who dreams of changing the world Harold S Truman is a bored factory manager who wants nothing than to die Neither of them knows it, but their lives are inseparably linked.Content with his cat at the farmhouse, Sora hasn t a care in the world until one day he has a revolutionary idea What if human temperament isn t regulated by little squirts of chemicals as we ve always been told What if, actually, mood is controlled by something as simple as the Sun s rays Sora s ideas alter the world overnight Gone is murder, revenge, war, famine replaced by a tapestry of peace and prosperity But not everyone wants to see the world flourish Truman watches on as his business is decimated And it s only a matter of time before he devises a plan to get the world back to its old ways The Scientist s Cat is a humorous but alarming novel that tells the story of what happens when good meets evil in the modern world.

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      Published :2018-01-05T18:04:59+00:00

    One thought on “The Scientist's Cat”

    1. 3.5 stars really; I enjoyed this book.It's an interesting premise - with a narrative that flits between the world of a scientist and a business man. The write even has a persona, of sorts, within the novel. Some colourful characters and an interesting premise that happiness and sadness are determined purely by solar waves rather than anything else.Walker's writing style took a little getting used to; it might not suit everyone.

    2. This is very different to what I would normally read but is is certainly a book to make you think about the future of humanity and what we have to overcome in our nature before we have any hope I making the world a better place.

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