The Mad Scientist
by Ed Silva Jr
The Mad Scientist: Blurb
The Mad Scientist is stunningly inventive—Ed Silva Jr.’s most brilliant and entertaining novel to date.
Richard Maxwell, Black Operative, from the British Secret Service is packing his bags and preparing to leave London. At the door to his apartment, he finds a mysterious box, with a letter from an assistant scientist inviting him for a meeting.
The meeting is to unveil a discovery his father made, that “will change humanity forever.” His father was a Biologist who studied human cells and development. Over the years he had fathered an astounding array of advanced studies in the fields of Shapeshifting, Cybernetics, and the possibility of unlocking the full potential of the human brain.
As the meeting goes on, Richard realizes that his father’s discoveries was far more controversial than he ever imagined. But the meticulously orchestrated evening suddenly erupts into chaos, and his father’s precious discovery staggers on the brink of being lost forever. Reeling and facing an imminent threat, Richard is forced into a desperate bid to escape Prague. He races on a perilous quest to locate the answers that will reveal his father’s secret.
Navigating on a trail marked by modern art and enigmatic symbols from Prague, to Amsterdam, and Bangkok, Richard is about to uncover clues that ultimately brought him face-to-face with his father shocking discovery!
Can Richard Maxwell cope with the strange weapons of the World of Science?