Several Archaeologists, Physicists, and Astronomers have theorized that a highly intelligent species came to our planet thousands of years ago, manipulated our genes to jump-start our civilization, and encoded the history of the universe in our DNA.
Recent successes with gene splicing and DNA encoding by research teams around the world have given new credibility to these theories. Graduate students in this novel, having curious minds, set out to decode that history using nano-technology and the help of a super computer at their university.
Islamic fanatics learn of this effort and realize the potential problems this research could create for their political control over millions of followers. They resolve to murder these researchers before they succeed in their ground breaking effort. In spite of the FBI and the NSA, the international alliance assassinates some of the participants in “The Secret DNA Code.”
|Publisher:||Michael Don Fess|
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About the Author
Michael Don Fess, an author since the early 1990s, has over twenty published books to his credit. His favorite genre is mystery novels, but has published some non-fiction books. He is a informative speaker at civic clubs and is an accomplished artist. His popular Caribbean Mystery series consist of four books and the historical fiction series about the wild Louisiana politics in 1964 is a three book series. The latest series about "The Secret DNA Code" has a sequel, "The DNA Conspiracy."
Most Helpful Customer Reviews
Given To Me For An Honest Review The Secret DNA Code by Michael Don Fess is a book that will make you really think and wonder if there is a possiblity. Did it happen? Could it have happened? The concept is a very unique one, I have not heard of it before. It is that our planet history was written and stored in our DNA. The author includes a bit of intrige concerning NSA, death threats and all of the US Government Big Brother trappings to help protect the Secret DNA Code. This book is easy to read and imagine keeping it very understandable. As you read, you'll find yourself becoming a part of the story. Will the question of aliens being here many years ago and put things in our DNA ever be answered? If we can prove it, what will happen? This book is written more for those who are 12 through 18 and are in grades 6 through 12. But adults would enjoy it also. If you enjoy reading sci-fi, then this book is for you. It would make a great gift. It would also look good on your bookshelf or any library's bookshelf. I recommend this book to everyone. I look for more from Michael Don Fess.
Is it possible that hidden deep within our DNA code is the history of the universe? Could aliens be responsible for life on Earth? Scientists are rapidly decoding and genetically splicing our DNA. What driven and deeply curious young scientist or grad student could resist the pull to be “THE ONE” to make a stunning theory become a known fact? Think where that would put them! With fame and discovery come danger and espionage of the deadliest kind. Government agencies may know more than they let on. Foreign spies and assassins may be lurking in the shadows. How can two young, brilliant and naïve students expect to do what no other scientist has been able to do without repercussions? What does this mean to countries that use religious beliefs to keep their people together? Will this topple the sanctity of religion everywhere or will it lend credence to some believers’ ideals while quashing centuries of faith for others? The Secret DNA Code by Michael Don Fess certainly raises some fascinating questions while infusing intrigue and a bit of humor into his sci-fi thriller. At times his main characters take on a decidedly “Absent-minded Professor” vibe, although their genius is clear. Nano technology to explore the past? Great idea, the thing sci-fi is made for. Each page and each scene flow smoothly as each new wrinkle is introduced. Bumbling assassins? Good thing or this tale would have been over long ago! Government agencies allowing anti-American threats into the country? Obviously not a new concept, or fantasy. A mad scramble to be the sole holder of this information? Of course, this is world altering news! Micheal Don Fess has an excellent tale to tell and does a good job with it, keeping it understandable, easy to read and imagine, although sometimes, I think the dialogue was a little too slanted or simple or inflammatory. In a world where political correctness or a lack of brings cries of foul, I was slightly disappointed in some dialogue. The premise of this tale is fabulous, love a thriller with that unknown factor, and DNA is, well, one of the last great frontiers!