The God Particle – A Book Review

The God Particle

The God Particle

Author, Daniel Danser

Synopsis

CERN’s Hadron Collider is the world’s most powerful machine; its sole purpose is to prove the existence of the mysterious God Particles – the essential building blocks of the universe. But after a series of global catastrophes, suspicion arises as to whether they are occurring naturally or are somehow connected to the collider’s experiments.

After the sudden death of the project’s director general, professor of physics at Massachusetts Institute of Technology, Tom Halligan, is headhunted by CERN’s governing council to continue the search for the elusive particles.
He is soon embroiled in a titanic struggle against sinister forces that are intent on creating a chain of events, the outcome of which will determine the fate of the world and the universe.

The battle to save the planet from annihilation is being fought by the most unlikely of heroes.

Book Review

In ‘The God Particle’, author, Daniel Danser poses a plethora of science fiction, and real life, questions of ‘what-if’ consequences. The book hooked me from the beginning. The characters are very well developed and very well described. There are many exciting and suspenseful twists and turns that take the reader on a great ride.

Scientific explanation, historical perspectives, and the nature of man and science, add substance to the story, as well as, making it a suspenseful and thrilling read.

I loved it and highly recommend ‘The God Particle’ to all readers of science fiction.

I received a free PDF copy from Story Cartel, in exchange for an honest review.

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