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"Stan the bacteria man had a very bacteria plan, that man." This recurring sentence in Stephen M. A.'s novelette Stan, Stan, the Bacteria Man summarizes better than anything else the plot of the entire book. But what is Stan the Bacteria Man's plan? And will he be successful in the end? You will find the answers by following Stan and the other characters (Veylet the human and Dog the sniffer dog) through the witty pages of this sci-fi political satire. The storyline will unfold in front of your eyes in one of the most enjoyable writing styles you can imagine.
Stan, Stan, the Bacteria Man is an entertaining read that will appeal to those who like to read political satire, but it will literally fascinate those that look for new ways of telling a story. Stephen M. A. reveals an unconventional and intriguing way of writing, but his style is perfect for presenting Stan the bacteria man in the most effective way. Everything in Stan, Stan, the Bacteria Man is unusual in the most positive way - which is to say that it is original. Not only are the plot and the way Stephen M. A. tells the story innovative from a literary point of view, but even smaller details such as the chapter numbering are elaborated in a way that befits Stan's adventures. For all these reasons, I recommend you not to miss this incredible novelette. It would be a pity.