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Koinobi

by Reid Minnich

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Amazon.com Product Description (ISBN 0615795005, Paperback)

Mike’s degenerative disease left him in a wheelchair with the certain knowledge that his life could end at any time. Working as a freelance computer technician from his home, he is cut off from the world he longs to join and the life he craves. When a beautiful attorney comes into his life telling him he has been chosen to be the executor for a man he never met, Mike is torn between taking a crazy chance with an alien parasite or continuing on his current path. Mike’s decision, he finds out, is not only his personal liberation from his deteriorating body with the help of the alien Tweeskzaht, but the chance to reroute Earth from an inevitable fate. However, it comes with a very high cost that involves not only his own life but the lives of people he has come to care about. “Koinobi is science fiction at its finest combining action and drama with a philosophical twist. Author, Reid Minnich, extrapolates a scenario that is exciting and edgy but also questions our own sense of reality. Minnich pushes us to examine our own notion of aesthetics and our darker prejudices through the metaphor of the alien presence. Koinobi is not only an excellent read for sci-fi lovers but for anyone who has ever wished to peel back the layers of civilization to examine its core.” C. Trobaugh, editor and writer

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