New Science Fiction Tells of a Special Young Girl Born with Immense Power

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Author Robert C. Winkles’ “The Aladdin Project” follows a new breed of superheroes that carries the fate of the world on their young shoulders

Ever since Disney released the movie, Aladdin, people have developed this preconceived notion that genies have blue skin, wear cuffs and are able to grant three wishes. In his gripping book, The Aladdin Project, author Robert C. Winkles talks about a different kind of genie, gifted with aberrant capabilities that come with the redolence of responsibility, honor and duty.

Throughout history, people with special gifts have been used to perform extraordinary tasks. In modern times, these superhumans—also called “genies”—are part of an elite black-ops unit known as the Genie Squadron. Jillian Pfister is a young girl with immense power and possibly the most powerful genie ever born. She is inducted into The Aladdin Project, a part of the United States military responsible for the Genie Squad that covertly secures world peace while fighting factions similar to their own

As Jillian learns to harness her power, she must tread carefully and perpend on the repercussions of using her extraordinary gift. When the Aladdin Project is attacked, it is up to Jillian and her new comrades to save not only their country but also the world. But are the genies powerful enough to protect their home, loved ones and the people around them? Readers can find out as they witness the exhilarating events unfold in The Aladdin Project.

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About the Author
Born in South Carolina, author Robert Winkles attended Clemson University and Coker College studying biology, chemistry and genetics. He is married to Marjorie, and they have two daughters and five grandchildren. After he and his lovely wife became empty nesters, the author turned his attention towards writing. Having developed a love of science fiction tied to real historical facts and the possibility of future scientific discovery, his books take on an aspect of reality that the reader can find both possible and intriguing. Winkles still resides in South Carolina and continues to write prolifically. Readers can look forward for more exciting adventures from the author, coming soon.

The Aladdin Project * by Robert C. Winkles
Publication Date: December 8, 2011
Trade Paperback; $15.99; 221 pages; 978-1-4653-9031-8
Trade Hardback; $22.99; 221 pages; 978-1-4653-9032-5
eBook; $3.99; 978-1-4653-9033-2

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