Thank you so much for visiting my author page and your interest in 'The Knowing Gene'. This is my debut novel and I have to say I'm humbled beyond words from the feedback I've received from readers. Although it took me many years to write due to suffering from Chronic Fatigue Syndrome, 'The Knowing Gene' seems to have already developed a loyal following. Feedback has been universally positive with two comments in particular almost always made: 'Wow, that would make an awesome movie!' and 'When will the sequel be out?', usually followed immediately by 'I want it NOW!' Readers have quickly identified with the characters, plot, and subtext and have found the book very enjoyable, regardless of their age or gender.
As for me, I grew up on a farm outside of Charlottesville, Virginia and currently reside in the mountains of North Carolina, although Newfoundland is having a very strong draw on me. Forced to leave the corporate world in 2003 after suffering from Chronic Fatigue Syndrome, I turned my creative energy to writing. Although taking over four years, I was able to produce this first work as my physical and cognitive energy allowed.
I graduated from Virginia Tech, have two children, and wish I could find worthy backgammon opponents a little more often.
The sequel to The Knowing Gene, 'From Under The Radar', will hopefully (health permitting) be available mid-2012. I am currently switching publishers so only available in ebook format at the moment
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A portion of the author proceeds from the sale of my books are donated to the CFIDS Association of America to help find a cure. To find out more about CFIDS visit their website at http://www.cfids.org/.
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The Knowing Gene
by Robert Lange
Published: August 30, 2010.
One might think that being able to know the truth about anything would be a wonderful gift to have. Unfortunately, as Christian Faraday discovered--it wasn't.
After a strong psychic ability is suddenly thrust upon him by an unusual incident at 14,000 feet, a series fast-paced adventures ensues as various governmental and criminal organizations vie to monopolize his newly acquired ability.
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