Blind Date With a Wood Frog?
The God Antenna
Publisher: Zinovii Art Studio
Author: Niko Zinovii
Publication Date: July 4, 2012
Genre: Science Fiction
Format: Trade Paperback, ebook
Size: 5.5 inches x 8.5 inches
Length: 48 pages
Illustrations: 1 map
ebook (ePub, mobi)
Blind Date with a Wood Frog?
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A 48 page novelette:
Who is Frederick Wagner? Where is he from? When is he from? Is he some real-life Rip Van Winkle who has time-traveled into the future by sleeping off the last century? Is he someone notorious from the past? Could he be Adolf Hitler?
As the psychology and mystery of this man unfolds, a young woman whom he has taken a romantic interest in, Geli, suddenly finds herself in deadly peril. Can Geli learn his secret in time to save her life?
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Blind Date With A Wood Frog? is a 48-page science fiction novelette.
This publisher categorizes its publications according to the following divisions:
A vignette: under 1,000 words
A short story: 1,000 to 7,499 words
A novelette: 7,500 to 17,499 words
A novella: 17,500 to 39,999 words
A novel: over 40,000 words
Niko Zinovii's science fiction novelette Blind Date With a Wood Frog? delves into the psychology of Adolf Hitler. A number of readers have remarked that the story was well researched and intriguing.
A review by anthropologist Dr. Kenneth Feder:
"I very much enjoyed Blind Date With a Wood Frog. A very nice piece of fiction. It seems to me that it's always difficult to write a convincing surprise ending. So often the surprise is muted with too many obvious clues scattered throughout the story. More often, the surprise at the end bears virtually no relationship to what has transpired previously, just pulled out of the air or, more poetically, out of the ass of the writer. In this case, there were nicely subtle hints that something was very different about Wagner. The "reveal" at the end was a surprise, but flowed directly from the author’s description of Wagner’s mental state. It was more of an "aha!" moment, rather than a "wtf?" moment. Which is rare."
—Dr. Ken Feder, author of Frauds, Myths, and Mysteries:Science and Pseudoscience in Archaeology.
Dear Niko, I just wanted to let you know how much I loved this novelette! What a suspenseful mystery with a great twist at the end. A combination of science, psychology and intrigue, as well as a remarkably well studied characterization of Hitler! Loved it!
—Sandra Subach, psychologist
Back / Front cover spread
Cover idea and design by Niko Zinovii. Cover artwork by artist Leonardo Ariza Ardila.
Cover art Copyright © 2012 by Niko Zinovii