The Tower of Mount Everest

Frank W. Abernathy fabernathy@sbcglobal.net 798089281595

SCI-FI

Contemporary

Frank W. Abernathy

Logline

An elevator to outer space? Sounds great in theory. Problem is somebody has to pay for it, build it, and make money from it. Is this just another Tower of Babel, or something far worse?

Genre

Sci-Fi

Target Audiences

Age: 13-17

Target Gender: Universal

Setting

Tibet near Mount Everest, Los Angeles, Ca.

Based on a True Story

No

Publishing Details

Status: Yes: self-published

Starting Description

The tower is an incredibly mammoth undertaking involving a remarkable coalition of private investors and governments. Part space elevator, part launching pad, the tower is placed on top of Mount Everest for several reasons: the mountain is one of the tallest peaks in the world, providing a 2

Ending Description

The engineer who is responsible for building the cities and the tower finds himself in a real mess with his Chinese partners. However, he rallies at the end and vows to complete his work. (Part II).

Group Specific

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Hard Copy Available

No

ISBN

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Mature Audience Themes

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Plot - Other Elements

Coming of Age, Meaningful Message, Philosophical Questions, Twist

Plot - Premise

Quest

Main Character Details

Name: Dr. Jeff Lattimer, engineer with multiple degrees, highly driven genius

Age: 35

Gender: Male

Role: Protagonist

Key Traits: Manipulative, Masculine, Adventurous, Educated, Leader, Outspoken, Visionary, Confident, Flexible, Decisive, Engaging, Perseverance, Unapologetic, Aspiring, Complex, Extraordinary Powers and Abilities, Aggressive, Blunt

Additional Character Details

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Additional Character Details

Name: Sam Snyder

Age: 55

Gender: Male

Role: Antagonist

Key Traits: Aggressive, Blunt, Greedy, Masculine, Unapologetic, Badass, Confident, Leader, Manipulative

Additional Character Details

Name: Richard Treinwood

Age: 40

Gender: Male

Role: Logical

Key Traits: Educated, Gracious, Leader, Masculine, Sophisticated, Blunt, Charming, Confident, Decisive, Flexible, Manipulative

Logline

An elevator to outer space? Sounds great in theory. Problem is somebody has to pay for it, build it, and make money from it. Is this just another Tower of Babel, or something far worse?

Short Summary

The tower is an incredibly mammoth undertaking involving a remarkable coalition of private investors and governments. Part space elevator, part launching pad, the tower is placed on top of Mount Everest for several reasons: the mountain is one of the tallest peaks in the world, providing a 2


The engineer who is responsible for building the cities and the tower finds himself in a real mess with his Chinese partners. However, he rallies at the end and vows to complete his work. (Part II).

Development Pitch

About The Author

Core Theme

Quest,

Characters

Main Character

Name: Dr. Jeff Lattimer, engineer with multiple degrees, highly driven genius

Age: 35

Gender: Male

Role: Protagonist

Key Traits: Manipulative, Masculine, Adventurous, Educated, Leader, Outspoken, Visionary, Confident, Flexible, Decisive, Engaging, Perseverance, Unapologetic, Aspiring, Complex, Extraordinary Powers and Abilities, Aggressive, Blunt

Character 2

Name: Sam Snyder

Age: 55

Gender: Male

Role: Antagonist

Key Traits: Aggressive, Blunt, Greedy, Masculine, Unapologetic, Badass, Confident, Leader, Manipulative

Character 3

Name: Richard Treinwood

Age: 40

Gender: Male

Role: Logical

Key Traits: Educated, Gracious, Leader, Masculine, Sophisticated, Blunt, Charming, Confident, Decisive, Flexible, Manipulative

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