In an America becoming repressive in the face of world tensions, Brad Clifford, a young mathematical physicist, had been virtually drafted from academia to work on defense projects. But Brad's true dedication was to bring about the unification of all fields and forces, and his theory was too wild for his superiors to take seriously. So he defied the political authorities and went AWOL to work with a fellow maverick scientist. They built the machine that his theory made possible - but the machine made all weapons impotent, and could either wreck the world or save it. And the Powers That Be wanted to control it for their own benefit...
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Just like I remembered...
Great sci-fi concepts, good story, characters meh
Hogan's sci-fi concepts are always fascinating and way ahead of their time and this book is no exception. Plus he explains the concepts well.
All the characters were fairly meh to me. I read Hogan for the concepts.
He was a pretty good reader.
The Hot war.
Not my favorite Hogan but its good. It reads a bit dated in places but overall I liked it.
- Kevin Gabbert