Apex Predator

Kelvin Kwa (Author)
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Product Details

Price
$28.99
Publisher
Createspace Independent Publishing Platform
Publish Date
December 09, 2013
Pages
672
Dimensions
6.0 X 1.35 X 9.0 inches | 1.95 pounds
Language
English
Type
Paperback
EAN/UPC
9781490320052
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About the Author

Kelvin Kwa was born in Penang, Malaysia, in 1969. When he was twelve years of age, he and his family moved to Melbourne, Australia, where he resides to this day. It is a testimony to the English teachers who encouraged him through high school that their classes were the only ones he ever enjoyed, especially when asked to write essays of a purely creative nature. He would like to tell you that upon graduation he became employed as a journalist for a prestigious publication or news media organization...but that would not be true. Perhaps he served in the military or law enforcement and brings his extensive knowledge and experience from the field to bear in this, his first novel? Nope, didn't do that either. The only things that are relevant to Kelvin's skills and qualifications in authoring this book are the following: -He's pretty good with English. -He saw Aliens eight times when it first came out in the cinemas, Die Hard six times, and Jaws five times (once with his grandmother, who also enjoyed it more than a little bit). The list goes on. -He reads a lot of books. Generally fiction. Generally adventure, sci-fi, and fantasy. He collects the odd graphic novel. -He plays video games and believes that the X-Box is the superior console. Basically, Kelvin is just someone with an overactive imagination and a particular skill set involving the acquisition and dissemination of useless but entertaining trivia. He describes himself as a storyteller, nothing more. For the past twenty years, he has worked variously as a computer salesman and an IT engineer in the financial sector. Apex Predator is his first but not his last novel.