Project Far Reach

Project Far Reach

18 Part Story 6.9K Reads 98 Votes
glencastlewood By glencastlewood Updated Jun 17, 2012

Edward Johnson is a man with a theory: that dolphins are intelligent! But when Edward risks it all to prove his theory he is met with skepticism and even hostility. Against all odds Edward manages to recruit a dream team, including a fugitive computer hacker, a mathematician, an ex navy seal, and the most advanced supercomputer in the world to find out the impossible. At last the truth lies just around the corner, but each discovery seems to hint at a truth more and more unsettling. It becomes a race against time for both Edward and the dolphins as the age old question of 'Are we alone?' is answered.

ScifyAngel ScifyAngel Sep 02, 2014 02:42AM
OMG. I usually hate present tense writing but this is good. So good.
glencastlewood glencastlewood Jun 07, 2012 09:44PM
@MyztikalTearz Hey myztikal, I'm glad you like it so far. Thanks again for your detailed critique. P.S. I just uploaded a new chapter so enjoy!
MyztikalTearz MyztikalTearz Jun 01, 2012 11:39PM
@glencastlewood 
                                    
                                    Your errors are minor :)
                                    I didn't want to be a nuisance with it and I usually avoid giving unsolicited advise.
                                    The story is coming along nicely. I'm anxious to get to the heart of it, but I love the background unfolding!
glencastlewood glencastlewood Jun 01, 2012 11:27PM
@MyztikalTearz Hey thanks for the votes and comments. Your editing advice is helpfull since I have a lot of errors in my writing.
glencastlewood glencastlewood Nov 15, 2011 01:57AM
@Dizzie6185 Thanks for the comments and votes, and of course, the complements. I am very glad you enjoyed it as much as I've enjoyed writing it. Hopefully I can get some more chapters uploaded soon.
Dizzie6185 Dizzie6185 Nov 14, 2011 01:54AM
Wow. This is amazing! You're a very talented writer! I don't normally read such stories, but you sucked me in at the first sentence!