A must read, Corporate Messiah: The Fundamental Nature of the Universe by Angelo Spadoni – Intriguing and exhilarating - this sci-fi novel is a page-turner that every Christian fiction lover must have. Get your copy today while supplies last.
Main character, Miles Manta has been blessed with the ability to see things before they happen, he’s led a selfish life enriching himself, overlooking the greater good. However, when a religious awakening drives him to do what’s right, he’ll finally explore the feeling that he’s had all along: his life is meant for a greater purpose. With inspired scientific knowledge and the world on the brink of obliteration, Manta sets out to solve the world’s energy crisis once and for all. He discloses the Fundamental Nature of the Universe, a model of the universe that describes how all matter is constantly changing directions at a resonant frequency in a precise spirographic pattern, and uses this model to produce a new and comprehendible energy equation, rendering E=mc² obsolete. With time rapidly winding down, will Manta’s wonderful gift be able to guide us into a paradise for all living creatures? Or are we doomed to succumb to our own violent self-destruction? And what is the source of his uncanny ability?
This book is a exciting and futuristic new story. Corporate Messiah uses an educational and optimistic approach to hook readers from the very beginning. Filled with captivating science and a thrilling story, this one-of-a-kind novel will appeal to readers from a multitude of different backgrounds. With dramatic storytelling and an insightful message, this exceptional novel is the perfect addition to any reader’s collection. Using unorthodox science, new concepts, and a lifetime of unique experiences, Angelo Spadoni crafted Corporate Messiah to stand apart from the multitude of novels on the market. Excitingly using unconventional scientific theories to explore a global problem, the story brings a unique approach to the often generalized and oversaturated topic of our planet’s future. With a simple understanding of the Fundamental Nature of the Universe, this excellent novel shows readers everywhere that E does not necessarily equal mc².