The bastard lovechild of Stephen Leacock and Margaret Atwood. 

Professor Bruce Robertson 

I fear for Kuhn’s sanity. And, as I can’t stop reading, for mine, too. 

Anonymous

Mr. Kuhn captures that sense of confusion experienced by normal people who get caught up in events that make it feel like the Earth is rotating in the wrong direction and clocks are speeding up and slowing down.

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Roland Kuhn’s latest work is an entertaining romp—an action-adventure, sci-fi, dystopian fugitive on-the-lam novel full of unexpected yet disturbingly plausible plot twists and social commentary on a not-so-distant future. Somehow it all works, God only knows why. This Rube Goldberg-machine of a novel is an instant classic in the emergent genre of the Kuhnesque.

Professor Paul Litt

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A page-turner that dares to ask big questions, only to arrive at very strange answers… Kuhn’s fast-paced killing spree shows a wild justice at work.

Professor NICHOLAS VON MALTZAHN

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ABOUT THE AUTHOR

Born in Ottawa, Roland Kuhn has lived in the U.S., Germany, Greece, Kenya, Turkey, and Canada. He currently lives in Ottawa. He speaks English, French, German, and some Japanese. After obtaining an undergraduate degree from Trinity College at the University of Toronto, he spent an excessive amount of time in graduate school, ending up with three MSc degrees in biology, applied mathematics, and computer science from three different universities, and a Ph.D. in Computer Science from McGill University.

Since then, to the surprise of many, Dr. Kuhn has been a relatively productive citizen. He is a Principal Research Officer at a large scientific organization based in Ottawa. His expertise is principally in the fields of speech technology and machine translation. His contributions to these fields include the cache language model, the eigenvoice family of speaker adaptation techniques, and coarse bilingual language models for machine translation. He is named as an inventor or co-inventor on 31 US patents.

Dr. Kuhn is not a member of any known assassination conspiracy. 

 

 

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