The Marguerite Effect

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While daydreaming in the sun one day over dinner, Professor Christian Aitken realises that the wine that was recommended to him by wine waitress “Marguerite” has very special properties that promise to end mankind’s energy crisis. When Marguerite vanishes with the only known sample of the wine, Chris calls on his old friend, and former protégé, Professor Philippe Dreyfuss for help. Together, the two men embark on an adventure that takes them to unimagined new frontiers and to a plan so audacious that the government of an alien world is willing to consider the ultimate sanction against humanity to stop it.


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Star FilledStar FilledStar FilledStar FilledStar Filled “The Marguerite Effect’ is up there with William Gibson’s best for a storyline that deftly mixes cyberspace with reality” J.J (Amazon)

Star FilledStar FilledStar FilledStar Filled “The Marguerite Effect is clever and entertaining addressing some contemporary subjects like renewable energy” P. (Amazon)

Star FilledStar FilledStar FilledStar Filled “A page turner for a debut novel can’t be bad!” J. KERR (Amazon)

Star FilledStar FilledStar FilledStar Filled “Pretty solid first Novel by an author with a future [M. David] Ward has just gone on my ‘Buy his next book, whatever it is’ list.” Amazon Customer (Amazon)

Star FilledStar FilledStar FilledStar Filled “Great first novel… Picks up speed nicely and mixes up a number of neat ski fi tropes in some exciting ways. Will be reading more of this author!” Phil (Amazon)

Star FilledStar FilledStar FilledStar Filled “Ecological message wrapped in scifi” Woody (Amazon)

Star FilledStar FilledStar FilledStar Filled “For a first novel this was excellent, quite the page turner. I look forward to the next” Jamsey (Smashwords)

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