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The Austin Paradox is book 2 in the award-winning, critically acclaimed, New York Times and Amazon best-selling Miracle Man series that chronicles the remarkable saga of Robert James Austin, the greatest genius in human history, whose medical cures saved countless millions. A fully stand-alone novel, The Austin Paradox can be enjoyed without having listened to the series’ first book.
In this emotionally charged medical/psychological/conspiracy thriller, author William R. Leibowitz takes the listener on an unpredictable action-packed journey. The suspense doesn’t let up as the fast-paced twisting plots unfold and Austin battles Big Pharma, a CIA director who is hell-bent on exploiting his genius, terrorists who lose control of a biological weapon, and a bevy of corrupt politicians and oligarchs.
William R. Leibowitz has been lauded as a "mastermind storyteller with a unique literary voice" and has been favorably compared by readers and critics to Michael Crichton, Robin Cook, Stephen King, John Grisham and Ken Follett.
The Austin Paradox opens with Austin having lost his extraordinary intellectual powers in a laboratory explosion that was intended to kill him. Still in the prime of life, the blast cuts him down at the pinnacle of his brilliance and robs him of his tools. The greatest genius in history now struggles to find meaning in a life that has become devoid of purpose.
Embarking on a journey of self-discovery in an effort to regain his abilities, Austin clashes with private demons that threaten his sanity, a government obsessed with controlling him, and metaphysical forces intent on destroying him. When ruthless political and business interests align to pose an existential threat to humanity, Austin is thrust into the maelstrom.
Doubted even by those who love him, Austin confronts a harrowing paradox as time runs out to save mankind from extinction.
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Loved this book
I loved the first book and loved the second book even more. Hope he writes a third book.