24 hours left before the hydrogen bombs will devastate the world’s largest cities and the holiest sites. The weapons are interconnected via the internet and are irreversible without the encryption key.
The CIA agent, who oversees this global nuclear threat, claims that Helga has stolen Norgan’s password and generated the key. So the agent wants Norgan to detain Helga, but Norgan refuses because he doesn’t think she is involved in the nuclear mayhem.
Suddenly, a mysterious blackout occurs, cutting off Norgan’s communication with the agent, leaving his mansion with no phone, no internet, no TV or radio.
Now the situation is even worse, and massive US military forces are heading to the Smoky Mountains to get him and Helga.
While the clock for the bombs is ticking, the conflict is escalating. The situation is becoming deadlier, and lives are in danger. But the solution to the world’s catastrophe seems impossible to find.
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Norman Baltson is an artificial intelligence engineer, who developed an automated system to write novels. So his AI system was generating books, and he was reading them.
Because writing a book without the AI program was a time consuming, he had no intention of writing a novel from his own mind and heart, but that changed one day when an angel visited his residence and narrated long epic stories lasting for seven days.
The story narrated by the angel was not only captivating but also contained important thematic elements necessary for the survival of humanity. Although he dreaded writing down such a long story, the feeling of moral obligation propelled him into dumping the epic tales from his memory onto paper.
Then, he began writing a book without any help from the AI system, from his own head, and with the goal of passing the angel’s narrative to people.