The Dark Diceman

The Dark Diceman

by Walter Joseph Schenck Jr.


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"Schenck (Priests and Warriors, 2013, etc.) presents the picaresque adventures of a sexual messiah in this novel.
The ancient elders and power brokers of the planet Nuevo-Zillow-Pillow, after thousands of years of working on genetic manipulations, have finally managed to arrange for a human woman on Earth to give birth to a savior for both planets. Nuevo-Zillow-Pillow is an advanced world, free of war and economic inequality, but it's been decades since a child was born there, and Earth, though violent and fertile, is racing toward Armageddon. The child, Malik, is expected to rescue both worlds through the sheer perfection of his spirit, mind and body-particularly one part of his body, which is praised by several characters (including Malik himself) throughout the course of the book ("His powers impregnated thousands of the planet's choicest women"). Malik is born to a humble human woman and a huckster preacher; later, he's befriended by Liz and Trey, both of whom will play important roles in his adult life. As an adult, Malik grows to become a sexual dynamo who gradually settles down to work in a mortgage financing firm at the peak of the housing bubble.

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ISBN-13: 9781499385816
Publisher: CreateSpace Publishing
Publication date: 05/06/2014
Pages: 254
Product dimensions: 6.00(w) x 9.00(h) x 0.53(d)

About the Author

Walter once had 5 five books simultaneously in Amazon's top 100 e-book Best Sellers List. All his books have hit the top 2% of e-book sales at Kobo. His latest book, Priests and Warriors hit # 30 on Amazon e-book Best Seller list while his other book, A Comprehensive Analysis to the Synoptic Gospels consistently reaches the top 100 (#1, #3, 28, 39, 50, etc.)
Walter has written quite a few books. He has written a strongly detailed biography of Jesus Christ: Shiloh, Unveiled. Additionally, he has written a novel based on the biblical story of Genesis: First Voices. His many books encompass a variety of genres: the Vietnam War: The Birdcatcher. Computer networking: CCNA. Children's books: Uncle Earl's Doggies and Handbook of Jesus' Parables. Experimental fiction: The Dark Diceman. His epic Biblical novels are richly detailed, well-reviewed, and represent the traditions of the grand story teller.
While serving in Vietnam he was awarded the Bronze Star and the Army Commendation Medal. He earned his Cisco CCNA and Microsoft MCSE with SQL from Florida State University.

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