Paradigm Lost: Book 1 of the Argosy Trilogy

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Investigating the miraculous rescue of an American shuttle craft crew, two American reporters are drawn into mankind’s greatest adventure. Captain Jacob Brinn, the master of the fabulous research vessel Argo is offering the human race the wonders of tomorrow, today. The only catch...the world of tomorrow cannot come to be while the world of today continues to exist. More

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Published by Foremost Press
Words: 68,500
Language: English
ISBN: 9781452377452
Tags: adventure
About Stephen J. Schrader

You might say that my beginnings were fairly common. Born and raised in central Oklahoma. Grew up hunting and fishing. Earned my spending money as a kid delivering papers, mowing yards, hauling hay, chasing stray cattle out of the brush, mortician's assistant, that sort of thing.

I learned to love reading the works of Verne, Wells, Asimov, and Heinlein. By the age of fifteen I'd determined that I wanted to be a writer.

I’m a former career U.S. Army Counterintelligence Agent, a disabled combat vet and divorced father of two.

When I left the service, I decided to fulfill that childhood dream and started writing science fiction novels. And with each book, each storyline, I’ve been able to go further and further "out there" challenging people to rethink everything they thought they knew about: first technology and the world, and now God, the Universe, and the very meaning of what it means to be human itself.

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Review by: Dennis McKim on July 31, 2011 :
I have read all three of the books in this trilogy, and I recommend them highly to anyone with an interest in Science Fiction. The plot is well-developed in each book and is well-connected from book to book. The author expresses himself well and it is obvious that he did careful research into the scientific "background" for his fiction.
I truly believe these three stories could be the basis for an engaging made-for-television movie or miniseries.
Kudos to Mr. Schrader for a job well-done ... times three.
(reviewed within a month of purchase)

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