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The Lazarus Protocol

SynCorp Saga Series, Book 1
Narrated by: David Drummond
Series: SynCorp Saga Series, Book 1
Length: 7 hrs and 32 mins
2.5 out of 5 stars (2 ratings)

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Summary

Four lives collide as Earth stands on the brink of mass extinction....

Mother Nature is mad as hell. Monster hurricanes…freak sandstorms…roasting wildfires. Species disappear every day. Is humanity next?

Though some believe our future lies among the stars, the American President funds the Lazarus Protocol - a last-ditch attempt to reverse Earth’s climate crisis through geoengineering. But the New Earth Order - a mysterious league of reactionary activists with sleeper agents around the world - pursues another outcome: the subjugation of mankind to nature itself.

A brilliant billionaire who wants to save the world. A lunar engineer called home to bury her father. A disgraced veteran haunted by yesterday's mistakes. A US Army colonel, desperate to save as many people as possible.

Four lives. One planet. And one last chance to save it…

Brought to you by the best-selling writing team of Bruns & Pourteau, The Lazarus Protocol is the first installment in The SynCorp Saga, a new series of dark sci-fi thrillers about the corporate takeover of our solar system.

Buy The Lazarus Protocol to discover this exciting new series today! 

©2018 David Bruns and Chris Pourteau (P)2018 Tantor

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boring

gave it 45 minutes but to be honest I had lost the will to live by then - boring narration and a poor story line - give it a miss