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Freeform Orrin Jason Bradford

Freeform

Orrin Jason Bradford

Published April 1st 2012
ISBN : 9781930328389
Paperback
346 pages
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Something strange is happening in the North Carolina mountains. Pat Vogt, formerly of B.I.U.F.O., the Bureau of Investigation of Unidentified Flying Objects knows it. In fact, shes forced into an early retirement as part of a massive governmentMoreSomething strange is happening in the North Carolina mountains. Pat Vogt, formerly of B.I.U.F.O., the Bureau of Investigation of Unidentified Flying Objects knows it. In fact, shes forced into an early retirement as part of a massive government coverup. Dr. Allan Pritchard, Wayneboros small animal veterinarian also knows it when a late night C-section on a giant mongrel dog turns into a living nightmare.Local hunter, Bo Strickland, also knows its the strangest deer season hes ever seen as the abundant wildlife of the area seems to be infested with something out of this world. And whatever happened to his hunting companion?Dr. Fredric Homlin, president and owner of Biogentrix, is the one most aware of the strange happenings around Waynesboro because hes the instigator of it all. Its all part of his plans, and the whole reason he founded Biogentrix, a top secret research facility specializing in biogenetic engineering.As Homlin explains to the FDA, Biogentrix has successfully manufactured a genetic material with incredible adaptive properties. One could call it the modeling clay of life. We are a small lab with limited research funds. I realize that scientific progress could be made much more rapidly if more researchers could work on the material.In truth, once FreeForm is out, it will be Dr. Homlin who determines the forms it takes...all of them destined to help him take over the world.J. O. Bradford is the pen name for W. Bradford Swifts visionary fiction written primary for adults that includes the technological thriller, Seeds of a New Birth. His style has been compared by one reviewer as reminiscent of the early works of Dean Koontz and the late great Michael Crichton.