Fifty One: Provenance

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Rated 4.33/5 based on 3 reviews
Deep under Area 51, Adam was created by the Men in Black to save the Earth. Genetically engineered using alien DNA, he is smarter and stronger than any human ever born. CIA consultant Kate Harper is his guide through the human world, a world that Adam has only seen from afar. Together they will live, love, and fight until the alien menace, ruling the Earth from the shadows, has been defeated. More

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About Pax Rolfe

Author Pax Rolfe is a true modern-day renaissance man. He has traveled and lived worldwide, including such exotic locals as South Korea and Africa.

Growing up in a military family gave Pax a unique perspective of the world, but the greatest gift he ever received was the certainty that going after dreams was a noble and worthwhile pursuit. In his quest for adventure and knowledge, Pax has been a waiter, bartender, actor, stunt-man, Internet customer service technician, airline dispatcher, private jet coordinator, and truck driver.

A true raconteur, he loves to commiserate with friends and strangers telling stories, engaging in rational discussions about anything from cycling and racing cars to the wonder and amazement of being married to a fantastic woman.

Pax Rolfe currently resides on Oklahoma City and is working on several short stories and novels.

His first novella, Fifty One: Provenance, is a sexy science fiction adventure. It is a balanced mix of romance and action that will engage both male and female readers.

Reviews

Review by: Joyce Mueller on Sep. 23, 2011 :
i agree with Joe Crubaugh, it's a good read, hope there is more to come
(reviewed within a month of purchase)

Review by: Joe Crubaugh on Sep. 18, 2011 :
Fifty One: Provenance reminded me of the best of Heinlein, without imitating him. This page-turner provides a lot of humor with high action, witty dialogue, and plenty of twists and turns and surprising developments to bump the entertainment meter off the scale.

Like Heinlein's Stranger in a Strange Land, it's spicy and risqué, asking big questions and taking an objective outsider's look at humanity's sexual morals which often seem a bit silly when put under the logical microscope. Like The Moon is a Harsh Mistress, there are plenty of political overtones and a revolution brewing unlike anything the Earth has seen before. Without giving too much away, this book set the stage for a series of books (I hope...) involving an interplanetary battle for the fate of humanity.

This is not futuristic sci-fi--the plot of Fifty One is planted firmly in the present--it could be taking place behind the scenes right now. Fifty One is a very enjoyable, fun and thought-provoking adventure, and I'll be picking up the next in the series as soon as it's available.
(reviewed the day of purchase)

Review by: Keri Jones O'Donnell on Aug. 18, 2011 :
Written by multi-talented up and coming author, Pax Rolfe. Rolfe adds a twist to the sci-fi by adding an adventure/romantic element. A truly enjoyable read! I can't wait for his next book!
(reviewed the day of purchase)

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