Exophobe

Exophobe

by D. Kenton Mellott

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Overview

2013 Bronze Medal winner for "Visionary Fiction" from the Independent Publisher Book Awards ----

EXOPHOBE talks about the Bell Curve, the genetic basis of intelligence, electromagnetic wave manipulation, chili pequins, Sumerians, toe jam, Copper Gorillas, black mambas, telly-telekinesis and artificial intelligence.

And that's just the first few chapters...

Kirkus Reviews (established 1933) calls it--

"...a sci-fi adventure that keeps both the narrator and the reader on their toes. ... this action-packed tale will satisfy readers looking for entertainment with substance."

Reviewer Suzanne Yusiw writes--

"If you like your science fiction leavened with humor, brainy wordplay and a whiff of romance, look into D. Kenton Mellott's latest novel, EXOPHOBE.

Product Details

BN ID: 2940016116075
Publisher: DKM Productions Ltd -- Triadic Press
Publication date: 12/19/2012
Sold by: Barnes & Noble
Format: NOOK Book
Pages: 432
File size: 2 MB

About the Author

D. Kenton Mellott is madly weaving his way around the EM waves for his next book; which is actually a completely new book, but with the same characters as EXOPHOBE. Go figure. He plays tennis, baseball, works out when he drinks too much beer and married his high school sweetheart. He tends to think of himself as residing on the right side of the bell curve but, sadly, usually can't find his freaking car keys.

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