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Elixir by Ted Galdi


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Synopsis: Meet 14-year-old Sean Malone. He has an IQ above 200, a full-ride scholarship to one of the country’s top universities, and more than one million dollars from his winning streak on Jeopardy! However, Sean wishes he could just be normal. But his life is anything but normal. The US government manipulates him, using him as a codebreaker in pursuit of a drug lord and killing innocent people along the way. For reasons related to his personal security, Sean finds himself in Rome, building a new life under a new name, abandoning academics, and hiding his genius from everyone. When he’s 18, he falls in love. The thrills begin again when he learns that his girlfriend is critically ill and it’s up to him to use his intellect to find a cure, a battle pitting him against a multi-billion-dollar pharmaceutical company and the demons of his past. Elixir is a story about identity, secrets, and above all, love.
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Great Trailer

Posted May 5, 2014 by

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Elixir by Ted Galdi makes for a great book trailer. It shows what the book is about; you learn its genre, its general plot, and get interested in the dialogue of the story. I think this book could be worth a read and something you may want to lay your hands on.


About the Author

Elixir is Ted Galdi’s first novel. He’s a graduate of Duke University. Currently he’s 29 years old and lives in Los Angeles.  He can be contacted at ted@elixirthebook.com.

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