"Fortress": Years later, Clark Kent continues writing, becoming a well-renowned author by many. He and Lois, also a successful environmental designer, build an isolated house in Maine, where Clark can work in peace and where Lois has a haven from traveling. Clark
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- McCloskey Island
Synopsis for "Fortress"
Years later, Clark Kent continues writing, becoming a well-renowned author by many. He and Lois, also a successful environmental designer, build an isolated house in Maine, where Clark can work in peace and where Lois has a haven from traveling. Clark continues helping people, expanding his influence as far as Africa. There he helps innocents, but also attracts a lot of attention from the government, who are still trying to capture him. Lois then reveals that she is pregnant with twins. Because of this new responsibility, Clark decides the only way safegaurd his family is to make a deal with the government.
His first attempts fails as mutual distrust quickly pits them agaisnt one another. Clark retreats and tries a less direct approach. He places a Superman figurine on the desk of the the director of the CIA, replaces military guns with butter, and even switches nuclear missiles on a carrier in the Atlantic with nuclear missiles from a carrier in the Pacific. He leaves a note for a government agent to meet him at the Washington Monument. There he makes a deal: the government agrees to get off his back, and Clark would help out the government from time to time. When Lois goes into labor, Clark is called by the government to help them take down a terrorist group. Although he takes out the group effectively, he misses his children being born. Clark then promises to do whatever it takes to keep them safe.
- This book was first published on January 17, 2004.
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