Author, Philip C. Elrod, Describes a Technologically Advanced Society’s Desperate and Unique Attempt to Save Their Planet From a Cataclysmic Event.
Richardson, Texas, April 28, 2014. Richardson resident, Philip C. Elrod announces the release of his new novel, Mylea, the story of a very technologically advanced civilization that faced a deadly peril. Their only hope for a solution to the crisis was a monumental project that ran into an unforeseen problem. Their only hope rests on a single human being here, on Earth.
How can the mission be accomplished with the least possible contact with Earthlings? Can they trust the Earthlings they contact? Can the Earthlings trust them?
This interesting tale involves a unique set of characters, including a young Rhodes Scholar, a mysterious old man, a demanding canine diva and a colossal computer, all of them involved in a game of “who do you trust.” The story moves from Washington D.C., to Tokyo, to China, to outer space and then back to Washington D.C. for the grand finale.
There are no grotesque lizard-like creatures consuming humans, Mylea is science fiction story for those that like to stretch their imagination while staying within the realm of possibilities, even if they may be highly improbable.
Scientific genius, no matter how great, cannot create a plan so solid that the unintended consequences of political ineptness can’t place it in jeopardy.
Mr. Elrod, a long time resident of Richardson, TX, and resides there with his wife of many years, Linda, and two wonderful little canine friends: Kokko, a five and half pound male Japanese Chin, and Tinker, a seven and half pound male miniature Shih Tzu. Tinker served as the inspiration for the fictional character, Mitch the Bitch.
Mylea is available as an eBook in the Kindle format at Amazon.com. Other formats will be available in the near future.
Contact: Philip C. Elrod email: Phil@pcelrod.com