Fishing for Light by Nathaniel Sewell

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Synopsis

When Professor Quan realized the government used his genetic starter to create Ms. Prosperina, he devoted his life to eradicating her by spreading the universal bond within humanity’s genetic code, pure love.

Decades earlier, Professor Quan unlocked the genetic code; he discovered how to fight his cataclysmic mistake, Ms. Prosperina. After he saw a shooting star, he randomly targeted a baby named Edward, altering his DNA with an intermixed cellular powder. But twenty-three years later, somewhere along Eddie’s life journey, he had lost the light behind his eyes. But when a secret IRS unit was nearby monitoring Eddie and his bumbling childhood friend’s conversation about peddling unique autographed material on WePay, they arrested Eddie’s friend for tax evasion. In reality, the IRS was on a gestapo like mission to track down anyone trading living organic material that might lead them to Professor Quan and his laboratory where he hid the real Hope Diamond. Then Professor Quan became aware that Eddie’s cellular adjustment was flawed. As Ms. Prosperina lurked behind the IRS, desperate to discover where Professor Quan hid two meteorites coated with her ancestral organic material; Professor Quan must solve the genetic riddle that swerved Eddie away from his destiny to fight pure evil.

Review by Venture

This is a story about Professor Quan and Ms Prosperina. Professor Quan is a brilliant man that created and did things he regrets. One of them was Ms. Prosperina. He quits working for the government and decides he is starting to fix the wrong in the world.

There was enough information for a series. I thought it was a cross between Fringe and X-Files. Not as interesting or as exciting. I understand it was a satire. Which will explain over-dramatic characters. However, I couldn’t find it interesting enough to read more than a few pages at a time. I give this book 2.5 books.

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