Peter Miles Presents ‘Nandroth’

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New book takes readers on unforgettable intergalactic adventures.

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“Nandroth” is a truly ripping yarn that shows readers the importance of imagination, ingenuity and compassion.

In “Nandroth” (published by Xlibris AU) author Peter Miles creates a gripping narrative of intergalactic action that brims with romance, thrill and witty science fiction.

While working on a prototype matter transmitter, Axel a computer scientist finds himself in the body of a humanoid named Lexar, in the land of Nandroth. Despite the fact that he is bewildered to find himself in an alien place with a technological level roughly the same as 14th century Europe and Asia, Axel is bound to face the task given to him - to help the Androthi defeat the invading mekkans. With whatever resources he can find, Axel seeks to exploit special features of mekkan engineering in order to subvert their seemingly unassailable power.

“Nandroth” is a truly ripping yarn that shows readers the importance of imagination, ingenuity and compassion.

“Nandroth”
By Peter Miles
Hardcover | 6x9 in | 386 pages | ISBN 9781499027716
Softcover | 6x9 in | 386 pages | ISBN 9781499027730
E-Book | 386 pages | ISBN 9781499027785
Available at Amazon and Barnes & Noble

About the Author
Peter Miles as born on September 22, 1928, in Ovingdean, England, and migrated with his family to Southern Africa in 1946, where he graduated in Chemistry and Entomology at Rhodes University in 1949. After working as an agricultural scientist in Zambia he returned to England to study at The University of Cambridge for a Ph.D. in insect biochemistry and physiology. He immigrated to Australia and became an Australian citizen in 1957. While lecturing in entomology at the University of Adelaide, he spent research time in USA, The Netherlands, and Switzerland, and was seconded to The University of Zambia as Professor of Zoology from 1970 to 1974. He has written 98 scientific articles and research publications, including contributions entitled “Entomology to the (Encyclopaedia) Britannica Book of the Year (1968 to 1987 inclusive).” He retired from the University of Adelaide in 1993 and has since turned to writing works of fiction, including the sci-fi novel “Nandroth.” He married Sidsel Kierfulf Bendixen, a Norwegian whom he met while studying at Cambridge - after she joined him in Australia in 1957. There she was known as Cecile Miles and became recognized as an International Bridge player. They have two daughters, Felice and Yasmine who are also well travelled but living in Australia.

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