WHAT IF THERE WAS A MACHINE THAT COULD STOP A NUCLEAR BOMB AND NEUTRALIZE ALL RADIATION?
A machine that could stop radiation would shift the balance of world power overnight. In the right hands, it could herald a new age of world peace. In the wrong hands, it would spell disaster. The brilliant Dr. Wogan has designed such a machine. But she has gone missing, along with the plans. As her right hand assistant, everyone looks to you to help find her.
"So," the intelligence official says, "you know how important this job is. Without Diana Wogan, the work of the last eleven years, the hope of hundreds of millions of souls, and maybe even life as we know it on this planet, will be lost." A few days later, clues have led you to the Greek isle of Canakkale where a middle-aged man slips on a cobblestone and bumps into you. "Pardon me," he murmurs, while slipping a piece of paper into your hand. He moves off. The paper says: "Take the next ferry to the island of Bozcaada. You will be contacted. Beware of the lighted steps. Doctor Wogan lives, but there is great danger."
If you decide to go to Bozcaada by ferry, turn to page 4. If you decide to stay for the meeting with the mysterious Zabillh, turn to page