Summary: Rulon Hurt is a straightlaced, religious, and hardworking farmer from Idaho. Yohaba Melekson is a wild, worldly, and impossibly intelligent physics student from Switzerland. But when the two discover a trunk full of Albert Einstein’s secret writings, they learn that opposites attract in this electric tale that pits truth against lies, faith against knowledge, heart against mind, and an epic struggle for survival against the planet’s imminent destruction
About the author: Jim Haberkorn was born in Brooklyn, New york in 1951. When a teenager, he moved with his family to the west coast, settling in San Francisco for a time before moving south into Silicon Valley. After attending college, completing a church mission, and spending six years in the Marines, he joined a computer company in 1978 and is still employed there today. He has lived on three continents and done business in over forty countries but still counts Idaho–the home of Boise State University, his alma mater, and Rulon Hurt, his hammer-wielding cowboy–as one of his favorite places. Currently, Jim lives in Zurich, Switzerland with his wife Kim.
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