Rise of the Genetikons


This book is the first book of the RISE OF THE GENETIKONS series. It is the story of three special children with naturally enhanced genetic powers born in a rural valley in Romania in 1930. They possess powers so great that Adolph Hitler sends his SS police to capture them and imprison them for his Third Reich war machine prior to World War II. Nicholas, Sonya and Andrea, their given names, become pawns of war until 1945 when the war ends. Rescued from a Nazi hospital designed for genetic manipulation by the American Allies, they were sent to America to be "studied" by the Special Sciences division of the U.S. military. Years later, during the chaos of hurricane Katrina, the three captives escape their prison cell disguised as a tomb house in St. Louis No. 1 cemetery, adjacent to the French Quarter in New Orleans, and disappear into the hedonistic night life of Bourbon Street and "The Quarter." They form a very charismatic and lethal me'nage a' trois relationship as they develop a supportive cult following in the Quarter. Andrea, the very beautiful, intelligent and ruthlessly cunning member of the collective, as they later are to be known, falls in love/lust with superstar, Bubba Bordelon. Bubba is a well known NFL, all pro, defensive lineman. He is six foot five, two hundred and seventy five pounds of muscle and bone, very rich, powerful and extremely handsome with Cajun wit and temperament. Bubba and Andrea make a striking power couple as they party like rock stars and rule the quarter. Little does Bubba know that Andrea has a deep, dark secret that only she, her two lovers and the U.S. military, quietly on their trail, have knowledge of. This is a dark, hedonistic romance story of historical fiction, perhaps not for those under eighteen years old. 

About the Author

Author Name : D. B. Coulson

     About the Author D.B. Coulson was born in Tulsa, Oklahoma, in the late 1940s. His father was employed in the vast boundaries of the “oil patch,” so moving around from town to town chasing that “black gold” was a way of life. D.B.'s father was an accomplished artist and musician when he was not chasing down oil rigs and dodging tornados, so the love of music and art came easy to him as a boy and young man. D.B. was a pretty good athlete in football and wrestling in high school, so a young D.B. had to make a choice between music and sports in college. Music won out and the road to creative writing and song writing powered by a vivid imagination became the preferred pathway. Playing rhythm and blues music in a very successful rock band kept D.B. on the road, where he learned to appreciate the life of a traveler and musician. The love of travel and adventure became part of his soul as he traversed the American Southwest in his earlier years. In 1967, he spent a week in New Orleans in the French Quarter, where he fell in love with the European, French-designed walking district known as the Vieux Carré. To this day, the French Quarter of New Orleans is still one of his favorite haunts. Powered by an education in world history, philosophy, and art, D.B. decided to see this great world he had read so much about and left America for Europe, where he traveled extensively in the late 1980s. Loving the road, the sights and scenery of this wonderful Earth, he discovered that there are many sides to human behavior as he frequented the pubs, taverns, art galleries, and music halls along his journey. Not all roads are paved with flower beds and scented vines, he discovered. Some roads are treacherous, with dank dark corners and characters that would prefer to do harm as much as good. Discerning between good and evil is a daunting task as one travels the more interesting and less traveled highways and byways of life. Rise of the Genetikons is but one of the offerings of D.B. Coulson from his travels around our world as he delves into the unknown in search of the good, the bad, and the bizarre of what planet Earth has to offer.


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In my Room long ago
I sat so merry in my abode
Loving hands around me
I dreamt of such glorious days
One day i would see

I remember the day I left
My room
I closed the door behind me
One quick look again
Then walked away
The room which would always remind me

The glorious days I had dreamt
I did merrily spent
How little did I then know
Life turns on a dime
My room is now not as it was
When I closed the door
Behind me

My room now is a prison
But not how one would invision
It is one of sorrow and grief
Sadness burns into the bare walls
I catch my breath
And weep

Why did thou'st doth betray?
The room which once embraced me
I ask with riddled heart
Jagged and torn
Which wicked riddles have I thus sought?

I sit still
I am now my room
No dreams as once before
I age before my open door

In my room long ago
I sat merrily in my loving abode
Loving hands did hold me
All gone

My room and myself
Now one
Two thrust to be together
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