Chicago, IL, February 20, 2013 --(PR.com
)-- While technology was at work replacing the controllers, within the system things were not adding up. The systems attempts to provide a safe environment was overridden by a mysteries virus.
The new air traffic control system is implemented throughout the United States reducing fifteen thousand air traffic controllers to mere monitors. While technology was replacing the radar controllers, within the system this well hidden program was coming to life. Just like a sleeper cell awakens to rain destruction and chaos amongst the citizens, the virus planted within the program of the Next Generation Air Traffic Control System awakens to create destruction and chaos in the skies across America. Charlie Beckler tries desperately to balance his family life, while the aviation community looks to him for guidance in the ever-changing world of technology.
Human Interference is available in both print and ebook versions.
Author: Donald L. Reavis
Publisher: Infinity Publishing
Published: August 2012
About The Author:
Donald L Reavis, a private pilot, and a resident of Roann, Indiana spent over 24 years controlling airplanes at Los Angeles and Miami air traffic control centers. Born and raised in rural Indiana, he moved his young family to Palmdale, California in 1987 at the request of the FAA. Living in the desert was not conducive to him or his family so in 1991 they moved to the mountain town of Wrightwood where they still spend their winters. The next two decades brought many of experiences leading to writing of his first novel. Retiring December 2011 he returned to Indiana with Sharla, his wife of thirty one years. As the layers of stress are now being peeled back he has acquired the desire to share his love of aviation with his readers.
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Donald L. Reavis
Human Interference is available for purchase online through the author's website, from the publisher, Amazon.com, BN.com, and other online retailers. Bookstores should contact Ingram for wholesale orders.