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I Bought the Sun for a Dollar

Narrated by: Annie Nieman
Length: 5 hrs and 18 mins
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Can anyone actually buy peace or happiness? Perplexed by the loss of job and fiancé, Timothy Ray makes a symbolic purchase of the sun for a dollar to try to right things in his slightly off course career trajectory. When he stumbles upon a brilliant, cascading sunrise and then a chance meeting with a statuesque blonde he feels his life is about to change for the better but his new girlfriend is a spy, working for a contracted data mining firm. Undaunted and unaware that Lou Ann is actually Kate, Timothy continues to encourage people via social media to experience how energy is shared between us and the cosmos. Kate and her employer fear Timothy’s hope will threaten the leadership’s status quo. The firm incrementally steps up its spy game and seems to have no remorse about putting Timothy at risk of ridicule and perhaps worse. But Timothy’s biggest threat may come from the very source of his inspiration, the sun itself. Will he be able to save all from a cosmic catastrophe?

©2017 Gary Starta (P)2018 Gary Starta

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Simply wonderful!

I like Starta's writing style and have read many of his books before. Each one has a unique twist and this is no different. This one is a complex and enjoyable mixture of sci-fi, romance, mystery, suspense and just plain hopeful. The characters have such a depth to them, that they work very well together, even those who are at odds with each other. Timothy is oblivious to some things that only the reader knows, but it's part of that charm of the story that leads to the intrigue. It's definitely a page turner that will keep the reader on the edge of their seat, and wanting more even when it's finished.

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