Book: Rediscovering Charlie by J.P. Maximuscategories: Book, Mystery, Teen Fiction, Medical Fiction, Genetic Engineering, Romance, Suspense, Inspirational, Young Adult, Career Choices, Historical Fiction, Multicultural Fiction, Science Fiction
J.P. Maximusabout this book: Dr. MacKinnon—owner of a genetic hospital—tempts destiny to cure all diseases and recover his lost son. When you challenge destiny, the challenge is the destiny.
Rediscovering Charlie is a book that ultimately explores three questions:
What is balance between our destiny and predestination?
What are the acceptable limits of love and sacrifice?
And, if you could go back and relive your life, how different would things turn out?
These are the challenges that confront Dr. Charles MacKinnon as he struggles to understand his losses and unravel the mystery of his own destiny.
Dr. MacKinnon is the owner of a hospital at the leading edge of genetic research. He comes from a family rich in tradition. His great-great-grandfather was one of the forefathers of neurosurgery and was executed for his talents; there have since been over 300 neurosurgeons in their family. Dr. MacKinnon believes his young son Charlie will be the most gifted mind the MacKinnons will have ever witnessed. He is a prodigy and has unmatched brilliance. Working together they are on the verge of a cure for all diseases using gene therapy.
Destiny is thwarted when his son passes away due to an unfortunate circumstance. The company declines without its most brilliant mind having closed the final chapter of their search. Grieved by the loss of a son and best friend, Dr. MacKinnon finds it difficult to cope—but has a plan: there is a way he can have his son back.
Risking imprisonment to reunite, the evil machinations of those who wish to harm them challenge their fate. With the hope of humanity hanging in the balance—an epic mystery of love, sacrifice, and fate fate—the epoch-defining chapter of their journey opens.
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