The American God: A *Novel* Tale, Elias Sassoon
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Elias Sassoon

The American God: A *Novel* Tale

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A technocrat blessed by city virgins for profundity of wit, business acumen, adventurousness, and superiority of mind, yes, honored by society that rewards those who look to the future with an eye towards profitable accumulation of capital. The man is Robert Baydah. Married; powerful wife; one flawless child; owns penthouses and other properties on diverse continents populated by penniless natives. Everywhere powerful friends and more powerful allies. Baydah is a space-age gentleman, a product of the sophisticated science of computers in all their manifestations over centuries. Head of a great American computer organization that has roots in Planet Earth and its orbiting moon, Baydah is submerged in circuit boards, silicon chips, and digital waves that bombard the brain. The goal is to ensure exchange between a solar system of devices and then drive their data into the terabyte region of human existence. Baydah stands behind it until the night heaven calls. Then, everything changes.
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