In October 1939, Albert Einstein warns President Franklin D. Roosevelt that Nazi Germany is actively pursuing an atomic bomb and urges him to make sure that the United States develops the bomb first. Roosevelt heeds the warning and launches the "Manhattan Project" in June 1942. In October 1942, Roosevelt tells Einstein that prudence calls for the U.S. to have a back-up plan to the Manhattan Project in case Hitler gets the bomb first. Roosevelt commissions Einstein to secretly construct a usable time travel machine code-named the "White Hole Project." In June 1974, an adventurous group of teenage friends, who call themselves the "Bad Love Gang," discover a tunnel leading to the White Hole Project. They learn how to use the time machine and become the first known humans to travel back in time and return. Their mission is to save Jews and Gypsies from the Holocaust in November 1944 by using a U.S. Air Force B-17 bomber that was known as "The Phantom Fortress." Adventurous and a very surprise ending!
About the Author
Kevin L. Schewe, MD, FACRO, is the proud father of two daughters (Ashley and Christie) and two granddaughters (Gracie and Olivia). He is a native of St. Louis, Missouri and now makes his home in Denver, Colorado. He graduated from the University of Missouri - Columbia with a Bachelor's Degree in Biology, and from the University Missouri Columbia School of Medicine as an M.D. He trained at the Medical College of Wisconsin to become a board-certified Radiation Oncologist. He is a Fellow of the American College of Radiation Oncology (FACRO). Having practiced radiation oncology for 33 years, he continues to serve as Medical Director of Radiation Oncology for Alliance Cancer Care Colorado at Red Rocks in Golden, Colorado (www.accredrocks.com). He is an entrepreneur, having founded a cosmetics company called Elite Therapeutics (https: //elitetherapeutics.com/) and Bad Love Cosmetics Company. He serves as Chairman of the Board of a micro-cap renewable, green energy and animal feed company called VIASPACE, Inc. (http: //viaspace.com/). The first Sunday of June every year is National Cancer Survivor's Day. Dr. Schewe co-chairs a yearly celebration of National Cancer Survivor's Day at the Red Rocks Medical Center in Golden, Colorado. Every year he writes a skit that he and the local doctors perform for the Survivor's Day crowd. The skit always has a musical theme from the 1950s, 1960s, 1970s, 1980s, or one of various Hollywood venues. The doctors are dressed in costumes for their parts and ask questions or pose dilemmas to each other. The answers to those questions or dilemmas are clips from songs, which the doctors lip sync and dance to in front of the crowd. There is a dance contest in the middle of the skit and everyone comes together and dances at the end of the skit. It is great fun and an uplifting celebration of survival for the cancer patients, their families, and loved ones!
"An absorbing and engaging book that intertwines one of the darkest times in history with hope, ingenuity, action, adventure, and comedy. Parts of the book took me back to earlier times, when my life and dreams were encapsulated by my next meal, what was on the TV, and listening to the great music of the 60's and 70's. However, I could relate with the quest to right some wrongs, search for purpose, and strive for greater things beyond my vision. As a practicing radiation oncologist who has dealt firsthand with the recondite world of nuclear physics and its effects and interactions with everyday life, I found it fascinating and enthralling. In trying to apply these concepts to reverse the course of past human atrocities, the book appeals to all ages because of its wit and the fantasy world that you become part of. Dr. Schewe weaves together these difficult concepts with brilliance and humor." -David A. Holladay, M.D. "Tweens, teens, and adults will travel, discover, sing, laugh, and cry when experiencing a historic time travel mission with the Bad Love Gang (BLG). You won't have to understand time travel or Einstein's theory of relativity, because the author's imagination fills in details of this tale. If you do understand the theory, you're going to enjoy the trip! Music, laughter, and sadness are sprinkled throughout the novel, making it a fast-paced adventure. Teambuilding, friendship, and hope are ageless, and so is this well-crafted voyage into the time-space continuum! I am ready for the next adventure." -Marlene Grippa