Published September 6, 2018
From Seeds to Silence
Jan and Barry Winston were wealthy socialites in New York, but the crowded city soon made Jan want to move out west to California. They loved their young son, Ben and wanted to expand their family. After years of trying, Jan finally became pregnant. However, they all were shocked to find out that she was carrying quintuplets. The five boys were born with great fanfare as news crews covered the event and the five boys; Ethan, Calvin, Daniel, Adam, and Bradley were instant superstars in a future world of a war-weary populace. The public wanted a distraction from their lives and always followed the well-being of the five boys. The quintuplets proved to be more than just five precocious little boys. It was proven that they all possessed similar genius qualities of their older brother. However, the boys scholastically tested well beyond Ben but were also athletically gifted. The five boys grew up to be very handsome and were adored by females all over the world, but they didn’t care about that because they wanted to change the world. They joined and excelled as Navy Seals and were deployed as a group all around the world and placed in very dangerous situations. However, it was their older brother Ben, who provided an opportunity for the quintuplets to do just that in the country they loved. However, the corruption that Ben discovered was enough to shake the very foundation of the United States Government. Ben wanted his brothers to prove that the government wouldn’t be a part of such a heinous plan and was killed along with his family before he could impart his important research to his brothers. The heavily decorated brothers returned home to determine what happened to their beloved brother and to exact the kind of revenge that the perpetrators were not prepared for. However, as the scheme presents itself, it is the quintuplets that are being covertly and systematically hunted and tested for purposes unknown. The quintuplets travel through steps to unravel the mysteries and at the same time, creating new ones.