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Archimedes' Claw

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The Epic Novel of one man's journey back through time and his encounter with Mankind's Greatest Mystery.

Driven for Truth, One Man, Uncovers a secret, Hidden in Time, That catapulted the Roman Empire to find Archimedes. Hunted by the Government, Haunted by hispast, Driven by passion, he must risk all. Travel back through The Vortex of Time and encounter Mankind's Greatest M

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Published (first published August 10th 2011)
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Jenn (Booksessed)
This book was stellar; in fact, it was hard to put down. It really appealed to the nerd it me. It has time travel, science/physics, history and conspiracy. I absolutely loved it.

The story was engaging from the very beginning with the prologue involving Archimedes. The modern day story was just as engaging and the characters were the kind that you wanted to root for. I can’t even really articulate all the reasons why I loved this one.

I loved the relationship that Finn had with his wife when she w
Don Viecelli
From My Newsletter Number 20:

In this Newsletter, I’ve decided to do a book review on a new science fiction writer who is experiencing, I am sure, the same frustrations as many new writers who publish ebooks for the first time— how to generate enough publicity to sell his book. The writer’s name is Theodore Morrison Homa, MD, who happens to live in the same town as I. Doctor Homa’s first book is called Archimedes Claw. Dr. Homa says he has always had a goal to write a novel, but has been too busy
Archimedes designed the defenses of Syracuse as Rome attacked, back in 212 BC. Amongst other weapons was the famous, and famously confusing Archimedes Claw, described as a sort of crane with a grappling hook. In modern days, TV series about the ancient world have attempted to duplicate the claw with some success, but in Theodore Morrison Homa’s novel Archimedes Claw their attempts have fallen far from the mark. Unfortunately Archimedes himself died when Syracuse fell and no real record has been ...more
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