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Johannes H. Egbers

John Egbers has lived and worked in the Netherlands, Belgium, Luxembourg, Germany, and France, and he speaks the languages of those countries. He has been a US citizen since 1967, and from his engaging prose, I would have never suspected that English was not his native language. He said that the research and writing of his ambitious historical novel The Progressionists was one of the most rewarding experiences of his long life. In his words: “My present life is rather isolated, yet old men still can have dreams.”

The Progressionist

No era in the history of humanity saw a greater evolution in lifestyle and human interaction as during the Industrial Revolution of the 19th century. Fundamental changes in science and technology and its consequences are skeptically observed by Scottish schooner captain Adam McKay and the social and spiritual effects by his Italian grandson Roberto Cavallo.

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Johannes H.
Egbers

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Gray

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Halvorsen

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Plaisted

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Spitzig

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Stadler

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Sydney

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Taylor

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