Everest Rising

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About the author:
Matt Kambic hails originally from Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania. He currently resides in Middle Earth, a half-hour from Hobbiton in Hamilton, New Zealand. Matt has served as a creative writer, content developer, art director, and executive producer for a portfolio of commercial and academic clients. His work has been featured on television (The Magic Woods), in Disney games (MathQuest with Aladdin), and as a gigantic mural of a WWII “Ghost Bomber” on the side of a Pittsburgh museum (The Heinz History Center). He has also done work for Carnegie Mellon University, Duquesne University, Robomatter, The National Robotics Engineering Center, Kennywood Amusement Park, The National Scenic Visitors Center, and Pittsburgh Filmmakers. He is an accomplished illustrator and occasional musician. Everest Rising is Matt's first published novel. He is currently at work on two novels, the science thriller Tacoma Narrows, and a fantasy, The Three Green Sisters.

Everest Rising
 

Authored by M D Kambic

A mechanism buried since the beginning of time is about to alter the landscape of the future.
In Vancouver, an earth science firm announces the ability to replicate every known mineral on the planet.
In Switzerland, a seismologist notes a disconcerting anomaly seventy miles below the Earth’s crust.
In Nepal, the world’s highest mountain is growing.
Geophysicist James Von Kamburg leads a crack team of scientists to the Himalayas to decipher an escalating series of portentous signs: frozen glaciers are melting, plants spawn from rock, and leopards move in herds.
A mystical vision at a Buddhist monastery on the mountain forces Von Kamburg to consider science beyond anything imaginable, and to question the need for drastic action.
Jared Griffon, Von Kamburg’s brilliant former student turned adversary, arrives in Nepal with no such scruples.
Everest is rising. A cataclysm begins.



Publication Date:
2016-11-05
ISBN/EAN13:
1940419131 / 9781940419138
Page Count:
340
Binding Type:
US Trade Paper
Trim Size:
5.25" x 8"
Language:
English
Color:
Black and White
Related Categories:
Fiction / Science Fiction / Adventure




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