Milo Martin takes science seriously. In Stalk, book one of the My Right to Life series, Milo brought us along with him as he stalked the hottest mates he could find. Milo is back at it in this second book of the series. This time he gives us a peek into his first raids - his life and death battles for status and mating rights. Can society withstand the rational onslaught of Milo Martin's science? More
Milo Martin takes science seriously.
When a federal judge told his school board that evolution is the only scientific explanation for life, Milo accepted it.
When a biology teacher told him that natural selection is all about survival of the fittest, Milo believed it.
When world-renowned scientists explained that reproduction is a life and death game requiring great risk, Milo embraced it.
When those same scientists showed how humans share 98% of their DNA with chimpanzees, Milo decided to live like one.
Milo Martin lacks every trait typically associated with reproductive success. But he is determined to keep his genes from the trash heap of history. He will become a Super-alpha male.
Convinced he is only living by natural instinct, like his chimpanzee cousins, he sets out on a nationwide quest to reproduce as many times as possible with only the best mates, whatever the cost.
The results are unthinkable for the mates who are coerced into consent and gruesome for the rivals who stand in his way. Mankind can handle the occasional psychotic. But can it survive the rational onslaught of Milo Martin's science?
Raid is Book Two of the My Right to Life Series. You will get the most out of Raid if you read Stalk first. These books are the memoirs of Milo Martin. His story told his way.