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Asterisk: Red Sox 2086 by Mark LaFlamme

Asterisk: Red Sox 2086

by Mark LaFlamme

72 pages
The future of baseball: the Red Sox in 2086.

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About the Book
In the year 2086, the world is a different place. Cars run high above the ground with the help of electromagnetism. The political boundaries of the world have been reshaped by a long war with China. Much of California has been lost to the big earthquake and life has been discovered elsewhere in the universe.

The world of the future is fantastically different, but the game of baseball remains largely unchanged.

At Fenway Park in Boston, an elderly man shares with his grandson the joy of the game's history. Unfortunately, baseball has been marred by cheaters and scandals. As scientific advances have come faster and faster, so has man's abilities and desires to cheat.

"Asterisk" is the story of Abraham Noble, one of the greatest hitters of all time who nearly brought about the end of the sport. It is the story of baseball icons and of the human frailties that threaten the game.

Find out how complex science like dark matter will effect America's most beloved pastime. Find out how the game will be played and how the Red Sox will fare as mankind's knowledge and progress rockets into the future.


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About the Author
Mark LaFlamme Mark LaFlamme is a crime reporter and columnist at the Sun Journal in Lewiston, Maine. He is also the author of the novels "The Pink Room," "Vegetation," and "Dirt: An American Campaign," as well as the novelette "Asterisk: Red Sox 2089," and the short story collection "Box of Lies." His website is:



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