Book: A CIRCLE OF DILEMMA by Mercy Offor, PhDcategories: Book, Science Fiction, Education, Thriller, Suspense, Social Classes, Philosophy, Humor, Technology, Science, Nature, Criticism, Hobbies, Humorous Science Fiction Drama
Mercy Offor, PhDabout this book: A CIRCLE OF DILEMMA is a humorous science fiction drama about an aging scientist passionate about scientific experiments. He wanted to leave indelible footsteps on the sands of time by attempting to dive into discoveries that will take science to a whole new level.
He meant well and was enthusiastic about his subject and the impact which he sincerely wanted to make on his generation and generations yet unborn.
He succeeded in making an impact, maybe not exactly the way he envisioned, but certainly in a way that will not soon be forgotten. He also set off what will become a chain reaction.
My inspiration to write this first member of what I hope will become a series of science fictions comes directly from my own experience. Being a science teacher for over two decades, and teaching not just any science but chemistry, experiments are the order of the day. Where else can you expect more drama than in a chemistry laboratory where colorful demonstrations make the subject more interesting for the students? Some students came up to the teacher to ask if the day's experiment could have a number of explosions claiming that it would be more motivational for them. "Teacher can we blow up something today?" They would ask.
They do not get their wish because of safety considerations and any potentially dangerous demonstration is safely carried out in a fume hood.
This Science Fiction is entertaining for everyone both young and aging. There are lots of humor and laughter for one and all. The book cover has an interesting picture of a place of mystery and draws the reader right into the mysterious world of science fiction!
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