Inside Technocult

Flights of the Space Plane are so routine that they barely resonate in the public imagination.  Complacency has driven shares of Technocult, a mutual fund based on the stock of difficult technology companies, to new lows.  To boost share price and their own bonuses, Technocult executives connive to have a child pilot the next flight as a publicity stunt, and in the process unearth deeply buried information of a design flaw that could cause the plane to explode.  Once the plan is in motion, can they—or will they—stop it?  How deep is their faith in technology, this time?

3f, 4m, ages 9 to 52
David Michael Erickson