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Cold Secrets: A SoNaR Adventure

By Aaron Tate All Rights Reserved ©

Scifi / Adventure

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Team SoNaR Has Been Invited On The Quest Of A Lifetime! Maddy Rutherford and her two best friends Corbyn and Aaden Franklin have been invited on a scientific quest whose origins date back 50 years! Together, this team of 3 brave teens (affectionately known as “Team SoNaR”) accepts the challenges placed before them without knowing the dangers that lie ahead in doing so. Before they know it, all three members of Team SoNaR are thrust into an adventure beyond their wildest imaginations. With the aid of valuable allies, and while avoiding those that will attempt to stand in their way, Maddy, Corbyn, and Aaden must work together to solve puzzles and decipher clues, all in an attempt to inherit a secret that will change the world forever. With their friendship, and lives, on the line, can this brave team solve the challenges of the inheritance quest so that they might become heir to the most important secret known to modern man?

Intro

The head of Energy Innovations & Solutions, Inc., the world’s leading energy research company, looked out his window. Decades of his life’s work were about to become reality…if everything went according to plan. Despite all he and his team had accomplished, he couldn’t help but wonder if it was all for naught. Would the world’s academics buy into his company’s claims? Would they refuse to accept their potential benefits to humankind? Would they embrace them as the solution to sustaining our planet forever? Or would they publicly shun them as pseudoscience?

He had no idea. After all these years, he was still terrified of what might happen once the details of his discovery were made public. There were many influential individuals that wanted him to fail, and he knew they would stop at nothing to see to it that he did. Despite the dangers, he pressed on. 

Turning from the window, the head of the company sighed. Pushing away all of the questions invading his mind, he knew one thing for sure: for better or for worse, his company’s discovery was about to change the face of the planet forever.

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