Experiment #12

Dear Mr. Bradford,
I'm currently seeking representation from my New Adult Novel, Techno Wizard: The Ups and Downs of a Technology Superhero. Given your interest in science fiction, I thought it might be a good fit for your list.

When John Packing was 20 he was sent to Iraq during the Iraq war of 2003 as a soldier. During one of his combat operations he was electrocuted by electric wire dipped in plasma. Instead of dying though he has been given the superpower of controlling electric appliances with his hands and mind.

It's the year 2003 and he was sent back home as an injured vet with the military not knowing that his powers came once he got home. At first John was suspicious when he turned on the television and without touching the remote the channel changed depending on what his mind thought of at the time. Once he recognized this power he immediately went to the Doctor for assistance. Once the Doctor figured out his powers he said it was best for him to control these powers so they do not harm others. However John did not listen and decided to try to help others such as repairing broken electric appliances but the community he lives in was not tolerant with his new powers and singled him out as a dangerous man.

Now John feels isolated with no one except his parents who he could talk to. However once an evil hacker named The Web Thief starts to hack into government programs to fund terrorist organizations the government recognizes that their best option is to use John Packing to fix this problem. The answers would discover John Packing's true potential for acceptance.

Techno Wizard: The Ups and Downs of a Technology Superhero is about 70,000 words and is the first planned in its series. The manuscript is available, in part or full, upon request. Thanks for your time and consideration

Best,
Nicholas Mocalis

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