The Earth Experiment

by Rob Doan



Book Details

Language : English
Publication Date : 1/27/2015

Format : Softcover
Dimensions : 6x9
Page Count : 374
ISBN : 9781480814585
Format : E-Book
Dimensions : N/A
Page Count : 374
ISBN : 9781480814592

About the Book

Professor of psychology Wayne Chisholm has been having bad luck lately, although at least some of that is his own fault. Divorce, a house fire, and the deaths of some dear friends have marked his recent past. And now he awakens to find himself inexplicably in a strange land, guided by a woman named Evie.


Evie explains to Wayne that Earth’s history is not what its inhabitants believe. They have no idea they are subjects in the Earth Experiment, a millennia-old effort by the government of the planet Atlantia to save Earth from itself—and from the clutches of the rival world of Satonia. Recent political unrest and debate has arisen on Atlantia, however, and the Earth Experiment is in jeopardy of being halted—which would leave the door open for Satonia to step in and help itself to Earth’s natural resources. Evie is an Atlantian emissary engaged in a last-ditch effort to salvage Earth before it’s too late, and she is looking to Wayne for help.


Against all odds, caught in the interface between the two planets and their agents, Wayne begins to uncover an incredible truth that will change his life forever and that could save the earth—if he can survive long enough.

About the Author

Rob Doan is a tenured full professor of psychology at the University of Central Oklahoma in Edmond, Oklahoma. He has numerous professional publications, but this is his first novel. He is also a singer/songwriter who has performed professionally. His favorite places are the Rocky Mountains and the Oregon coast.