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Shatner's ZERO G - BOOK ONE

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Coming September 20th in Hardcover is ZERO G - BOOK ONE
 
A new science fiction adventure book from William Shatner about the intrepid, eighty-year-old FBI deputy director Samuel Lord and his quest to stop the Chinese from using a weapon that, unknown to them, could destroy the earth.
 
In the year 2050, the United States sends the FBI to govern its space station, the Empyrean. Under the command of former fighter pilot and FBI field agent Samuel Lord, the space based “Zero-G” men are in charge of investigating terrorism, crime, corruption, and espionage beyond the Earth’s atmosphere and of keeping an eye on the rival Chinese and Russian stations.
 
During the Zero-G team’s first days in space, a mysterious and beautiful scientist, Dr. May, shows up to the Empyrean claiming that important research has been stolen from her lab on the moon. Her arrival suspiciously coincides with timing of a tsunami that destroys part of the coast of Japan, and her unusual behavior makes Director Lord think that Dr. May might know more about the disaster than she’s letting on. Meanwhile, the Chinese space station has gone mysteriously silent.
 
In this gripping space adventure, Director Lord must connect the dots to discover who or what has caused the tsunami as well as subsequent disasters, and how Dr. May and the Chinese might be involved.
 
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If only he wrote it.

No s#!t... :laugh:

I guess it wouldn't get much press if it were bylined as "An idea tossed at a pitch meeting and halfheartedly approved by William Shatner." 

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If only he wrote it.

No s#!t... :laugh:

I guess it wouldn't get much press if it were bylined as "An idea tossed at a pitch meeting and halfheartedly approved by William Shatner." 

At least then I could respect some truth in advertising. :)

Until he pulls an Andrew Robinson  and writes a book with his own brain and two hands, I remain unimpressed.

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If only he wrote it.

No s#!t... :laugh:

I guess it wouldn't get much press if it were bylined as "An idea tossed at a pitch meeting and halfheartedly approved by William Shatner." 

At least then I could respect some truth in advertising. :)

Until he pulls an Andrew Robinson  and writes a book with his own brain and two hands, I remain unimpressed.

Agreed.

I can respect Robinson having a genuine curiosity to explore his character; and his "Stitch in Time" was excellent.   Shatner's books feel about as personal as a robocall. 

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