Artificial Intelligence Threats Examined in New Action-Packed Book

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Peter Miles' new book narrates thrilling adventure story set in imaginary planet of ‘Nandroth’

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People who are down on their luck, suffering depression or have hard life decisions to make will find relevance in these stories and what they have to offer to the readers.

What started out as a bedtime story 60 years ago has turned into author Peter Miles’ thrilling novel. “Nandroth” (published by Xlibris AU) is Miles’ imaginative tale that examines the potential threat posed by artificial intelligence.

Space travelling robots (the Mekkans) have invaded the planet Nandroth and have begun to dominate its intelligent life forms, the Androthi, who have, at best, a medieval technology. A computer engineer on Earth named Axel is working on a prototype matter transmitter that malfunctions, projecting his consciousness across space and into the mind of a young Androthi, Lexar, at the moment the latter is struck down by a lethal thorn projected by the botanical equivalent of a sting ray. Axel of Earth has become Lexar of Nandroth, and uses his scientific and mechanical knowledge to help the Androthi in their fight against the Mekkans.

A gripping narrative of intergalactic action, “Nandroth” brims with romance, thrill and witty science fiction that will keep readers absorbed to the very last page. His clever plot of an explosive spatial story enables Miles to highlight the use of imagination, ingenuity and compassion to overcome conflicts.

By Peter Miles
Hardcover | 6 x 9in | 386 pages | ISBN 9781499027716
Softcover | 6 x 9in | 386 pages | ISBN 9781499027730
E-Book | 386 pages | ISBN 9781499027785
Available at Amazon and Barnes & Noble

About the Author
Peter Miles was born in September 22, 1928, in Ovingdean, Sussex, 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 (then Southern Rhodesia), he returned to England to study at the University of Cambridge for a Ph.D. in Insect Biochemistry and Physiology. He emigrated to Australia and became an Australian citizen in 1957. He has written 98 scientific articles and research publications. 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 (1937-2012) and they had two daughters.

Xlibris Publishing Australia, an Author Solutions, LLC imprint, is a self-publishing services provider dedicated to serving Australian authors. By focusing on the needs of creative writers and artists and adopting the latest print-on-demand publishing technology and strategies, we provide expert publishing services with direct and personal access to quality publication in hardcover, trade paperback, custom leather-bound and full-color formats. To date, Xlibris has helped to publish more than 60,000 titles. For more information, visit or call 1800 455 039 to receive a free publishing guide. Follow us @XlibrisAus on Twitter for the latest news.

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