A Video book Trailer  -  The DNA Novels

Michael Don Fess, author

The Mystery

About the Novels

    These novels are based on new scientific discoveries first published in August of 2012. DNA was proven to be an excellent data storage medium.

    Archeologists theorize that the history of the universe was encoded in our DNA. In the novels, two graduate students undertake to decode that history they believe to be there.

    What they find changes their lives and nearly gets them killed by interests who don't want the truth revealed. Their DNA search becomes an international conspiracy.

    The sequel takes them to Rome to track down the donor of the DNA sample they used in their decoding project.

    Since they were unable to find a match in any of the databases, they fear their sample might be the last remaining example of the ancient code.

    The Illuminati and the Knights Templar have different, but common interests in preventing the students from tracing the DNA.


Another REVIEW  -  4 Star

"The Secret DNA Code"

    The basis of the book is:  what if our history was written and stored in our DNA?  A totally different idea.  It makes you stop and think, could this be possible and what good would come from it? The author gives you various characters from FBI agents, Saudi Attaches and Grad Students who are the main characters in t he book.
    The  author wrote the book in a simple, easy way to read, taking the reader from one set to another set almost like someone was reading it to you instead of you reading it.   
    One thing I liked was the time and geographical stamps that they author put on each section.  You knew where you were and when you were there.  This kept the story in a timely order.
    I only wonder why the author didn't out a date stamp along with the time and geographical stamps?It would have been nice to know when the story started and the dates when things happened.  The reader has no idea how long each setting took before the next one started.
    The book has a steady pace and really makes you stop and think about the DNA.
    The book includes the U.S. Government Big Brother that helps to protect he Secret DNA code, death threats, intrigue, suspense and so much more.
    If you like a steady paced SciFi read with all of the above, then get yourself a copy and read it.  It may make you wonder all about this DNA Code.

This Review on Amazon.com


A FIVE STAR REVIEW from Goodreads
                                                 "The DNA Conspiracy"
   This book is very well written. It keeps the reader entertained while exploring a very scientific world. I found it very interesting, I really enjoyed that Mr. Fess is able to write so greatly. His characters are very pronounced and the story is very alluring.
   I think that he is a very strong author and I am very honored to have been asked to review it. I guarantee that if you read this book you will learn a ton of very fascinating things.
   There is a lot of science involved but there is also humor and mystery. I really enjoyed it.

The Sequel

Another  4 Star 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 adults . 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.
Review on Amazon.com

      Having fun talking about the DNA novel at the Rotary Club of Fayetteville, Arkansas in January, 2015.

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