Press Release

Feb 8, 2022

Fulton Books author, Brady Gorrell, a writer who studied mechanical engineering, has completed his most recent book “The Boomship Crisis”: an exciting story that trails a group of individuals exploring their pasts and uncovering the secrets of the world itself. As humanity faces one crisis after another, will there still be room left for salvation?

Gorrell shares, “The Boomship Crisis is a fictional novel about the tale of a journey through a world struck by disaster. A crisis has happened. The world will never be the same as it once was. Follow a group of up to ten diverse characters and their journey in the present as they discover the pasts of themselves, one another, and the world itself. How did the crisis happen? What was it? How did the new world form after it? How did the characters find their way through it? What did all this mean for them now? These are all questions to be answered. This extremely detail-rich story provides plenty of content for the enthusiast. It is a tale unlike any other.”

Published by Fulton Books, Brady Gorrell’s intricately written fiction is a voyage into a crisis-stricken world where all life wasn’t what it used to be. In this suspenseful saga the readers will experience how man tries to live through the days of their home that once was. 

The author’s travels to over forty contiguous US states, in parts of Eastern Canada, Tokyo, and Ecuador hold fruitful experiences that have helped him write this book.

Readers who wish to experience this riveting work can purchase “The Boomship Crisis” at bookstores everywhere, or online at the Apple iTunes store, Amazon, Google Play or Barnes & Noble.

Please direct all media inquiries to Author Support via email at [email protected] or via telephone at 877-210-0816. 

Source: Fulton Books

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