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The Methuselah Project: A Novel

By Rick Barry


In World War II, fighter pilot Roger Greene wants only three things in life: fast planes to fly, a chance to serve his country, and to find the perfect girl to love. All three ambitions screech to a halt--seemingly forever--when his P-47 is shot down over Nazi Germany. Captured, Roger becomes a guinea pig in a hush-hush Nazi experiment. The war may end, but the Methuselah Project will continue. Escape is constantly on Roger's mind, but is escape possible?

Book Takeaway:

“Trust in the Lord with all your heart
and lean not on your own understanding;
in all your ways acknowledge him,
and he will make your paths straight.” (Proverbs 3:5-6, NIV)

Why the author wrote this book:

Although I wanted to take readers on a fantastic adventure alongside Captain Roger Greene, I also sought to take them on his spiritual journey, from spiritual apathy to firm faith in God, no matter what. In the story, Roger Greene nearly goes insane in captivity. A Bible is what provides an anchor for his sanity and his soul.


"This book is a nice blend of historic fiction, sci-fi, romance, and a little humor. If you like a book with twists and turns and moments when you say, “NO WAY!” then this book is for you!"
- Tina on September 16, 2015

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