Greater Perspective

Rated 5.00/5 based on 3 reviews
Barred from the Regeneration Program at Oberon Innovations, Dr. Varkan forms grandiose ideas of redemption upon the discovery of risky genetic research. But at what cost? Premature exposure causes Varkan, his accomplice, and an intern to grow rapidly, and securing a cure depends on keeping the genetic miracle out of government clutches. But it will take more than a towering intellect to survive. More

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About Michele Fenolietto

Michele Fenolietto is a graduate of the University of South Carolina with a major in Art History and a minor in Graphic Design. She currently enjoys the coastal life in beautiful Mount Pleasant, South Carolina. The craft of story and the joy of entertainment has been a part of her since a young age, earning her early awards in writing. She is now proud to present her debut novel to the world.

With a desire to use her digital art skills, Michele is also the designer of her cover.

Michele happens to have quite a few interests in things that start with the letter "g": guinea pigs, guacamole, games (board and video...and sometimes sports), God, Gulliver, and most of all...GIANTS.

Reviews

Review by: Matthew Roberts on July 31, 2012 :
I forgot to rate it. oops.

-Matthew Roberts
(reviewed long after purchase)

Review by: Matthew Roberts on July 31, 2012 : (no rating)
I've read a lot of sci-fi and this one has it all - Romance , Action and very interesting science for all intellectuals. Teens or adults should be able to and enjoy this book. It has lots of funny and entertaining moments. Has many original themes about what being a giant would be like and what happens (both good and bad) when they try to integrate into society. For example, have you ever thought about what a relationship between a normal-size human and a giant would be like? This author has, and she is one to watch!!

-Matthew Roberts
(reviewed long after purchase)

Review by: J.P. Stephens on Feb. 16, 2012 : (no rating)
In her debut novel, Greater Perspective, Michele Fenolietto explores the effect of power on the human psyche against a backdrop of science.

The set-up for Greater Perspective is science-fiction, but much like Audrey Niffenegger’s work The Time Traveler’s Wife, the sci-fi element is subjugated to the human interactions and emotional and ethical development of the characters. Fenolietto uses her characters to work out the difficulties and benefits that power brings to relationships--familial, public, private, and romantic.

The choices the characters make and the ways they each respond to the power they possess will certainly give readers something to think about and may well spark conversations about the practical effects of being suddenly thrust into a position of greater status.
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