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“MindField” is a fast-paced thriller novel that revolves around a sudden onslaught of deadly bacteria-spinal meningitis that topples a giant country overnight creating chaos never before seen in history. Brought about by a terrorist attack, almost the whole population of the United States becomes permanently deaf. Now humanity's survival is at stake and everyone must race the clock before everything will be too late.
Each scene that John Egbert writes is worthy to look forward to. The unexpected twists and turns drive the gripping plot even faster, creating rich scenes of bitter reality and human frailty.
John Egbert's “MindField” is unlike any other novel out there. It is not your everyday science fiction with diseases and villains. It touches on deeper subjects such as the evil behind politics and the suffering of the minority. The author skillfully illustrates the complications of deaf people and everything they have to go through.
Addicting and entertaining, “MindField” is a gripping mirthless tale that explores the deaf culture and the prejudices society has against it. Are you ready to enter and witness the dark side of humanity?
Written by John Egbert
Date Published: November 28, 2006
About the Author
John Egbert was born deaf. He attended Gallaudet University, the only deaf college in America. At the age of 50, he retired from a lucrative career and set about writing a novel, his dream to bring a message to both the deaf and hearing world about hope, discrimination, and a world of new understanding couched in a thrilling new novel entitled: “MindField.”
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