Wednesday, July 17, 2013

Mitchell Frogge Tells Both Outcomes of Life and Death

Hendersonville, TN (PRWEB) July 17, 2013 - Nobel Prize winner Brian Field’s life hangs by a thread. The lone survivor of a shootout at the Nobel Prize ceremony, Brian’s life suddenly causes time to split off into two dimensions, one where he lives and the other where he dies. Both storylines are brought to life in Mitchell Frogge’s 2000 novel, “The Physicist” (published by iUniverse), which is getting a revived marketing campaign in 2013.

“It started with a single idea about the smartest man in the world who developed graviton detection equipment,” explains Frogge. “From there I imagined what would happen to the world if he lived and what would happen if he died.”

In one reality, Brian lives on and is rushed back to the United States, where he is held prisoner and forced to work on new technology for the military. After two years, he escapes and goes on to found Field Corporation. He uses his technology to fight terrorism and prepare for World War III, which is now inevitable.

In the second reality, Brian dies, and his research goes to his wife, Sandy. She soon discovers that World War III is coming, and unless she follows Brian’s instructions, no one will be left alive. She starts a colony in northern Canada to save humanity using Brian’s greatest secret, but the world’s survival isn’t promised, not even with all of Brian’s research.

“I was not able to decide which story line to follow so I followed both story lines to their completion,” Frogge says, “It is original in its approach to telling the story. The characters are interesting and while driven by events, they also drive events. In spite of the obstacles they must overcome they still maintain their humanity and strive to better humanity.”

“The Physicist”

By Mitchell Frogge

Softcover | 6 x 9in | 276 pages | ISBN 9780595121557

E-Book | 276 pages | ISBN 9781469708140

Available at Amazon and Barnes & Noble

About the Author

Mitchell Frogge is a former U.S. Air Force Captain. He earned his Bachelor’s of Science in Computer Science from Ball State University in 1981 and his Masters of Science in Physics from East Texas State University in 1995. He works for Vanderbilt University as a health data analyst. His other books include “The Pitcher,” “The Seventh Plague Vessel” and “A Little Bit of Everything About XSL.”

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