Gingezel Inc. is founded and owned by Donald S. Hall, PhD. and Judi Suni Hall, PhD. It is sited in Lethbridge, Alberta, Canada and makes available to the public their writing, poetry, designs, fine art, and photography. The philosophy of their writing is to provide the reader with science fiction by scientists built around fictional characters and situations that are realistic, and to provide a future reality complex enough the reader can immerse themselves in it. The philosophy in poetry and design is to share the joy of creating beauty, and to make beautiful objects affordable while maintaining a high quality.
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Gingezel 4: Hacker by Judi Suni Hall, PhD. and Donald S. Hall, PhD.
You grasp at straws when they are all you have to grasp at. Mechanical causes for the reactor accident on the remote mining planet Drezvir are being eliminated leaving Dreen and Mitra up for manslaughter charges for negligent design. Could the reactor control system have been hacked? The man who could have done it is on Drevzir. Suspicion is not proof and time is running out. Sci fi by scientists.
Gingezel 3: Fault by Judi Suni Hall, PhD. and Donald S. Hall, PhD.
How do you prove your complex system did not cause a deadly reactor accident? Mitra, Dreen, and a team of risk analysts are on Drezvir to find the cause. Ari is out to save himself. With hacker help Chett has vowed to destroy Ari. Joran is poised to return as galactic superstar. At least Dreen and Mitra are together at last. Then C.C. appears with a secret from Dreen’s past, and a few of his own.
Gingezel 2: Bad to Worse by Judi Suni Hall, PhD. and Donald S. Hall, PhD.
It’s always a mistake to say things can’t get worse. Mitra is headed back to Drezvir. Durstin is struggling to save the mining colony in a red blizzard. Dreen thinks losing Mitra is a disaster until he hears from his friends. Chett is the wild card in this hand. When things go from bad to worse, does he have the strength to give up everything he has dreamed of and play the hero?
Gingezel 1: The Limit by Judi Suni Hall, PhD. and Donald S. Hall, PhD.
By Gingezel Inc
Published: November 10, 2011.
There is a fine line between pushing the limits of technology and pushing your luck. Some people think Dr. Mitra Kael, power systems engineer, crossed that line with her new hybrid reactor installed on the remote mining planet Drezvir. All Mitra wants to do is never see Drezvir again. She’s headed for vacation on the pleasure planet Gingezel. How much was she pushing her luck?
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