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Joseph Meister and the Final Wish: In all of history, no one had ever survived the ancient virus

Joseph Meister and the Final Wish: In all of history, no one had ever survived the ancient virus

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Based on real history with people who actually existed in 1885. Louis Pasteur, possibly the first and most famous scientist to involve the interaction of science and medicine with the threats the of an invisible world, could only deduce the processes sub-microscopic life used to create and manipulate their unseen world. Joseph Meister, was possibly the first victim in history to recognize the invisible existence of the most feared disease in recorded times. Rabies At thirteen years old, he did not create his fate but he recognized -- with help -- how to fight it. Danielle was the friend who understood and yearned for Joseph, only to receive silence and the unknown when he was taken from her. And finally, Charles, a former thief, whose existence, was now linked with Joseph's, through the fight for Joseph's life. Along with adventure and discovery, they shared a bond that included danger, challenges, the hope for life and the possibility of death.

Author: Patrick Moyer
Publisher: East Garrison Books
Published: 03/13/2019
Pages: 210
Binding Type: Paperback
Weight: 0.63lbs
Size: 9.00h x 6.00w x 0.44d
ISBN: 9780578437545

About the Author
Moyer, Patrick: - After I retired from 24 years of teaching, I moved to the Monterey area of California and, at a friend's suggestion, joined him in a memoir writing class in Carmel, California. After several years of short essays and descriptions, I longed to write something more substantive and began thinking of a novel. I had been intrigued for many years with the story of Louis Pasteur's last great challenge, the cure of rabies, the most feared disease in Western European History. In those times, everyone had either known or heard of friends or locals who had died of it. For all practical purposes, there was no other fate. This was the dragon that Louis Pasteur had to slay and I wanted to write about the battle.

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