We often admire people with extraordinary gifts, those whom society often deems geniuses for their contributions to the progress of mankind. Among such path-finding minds are Nicola Tesla, Albert Einstein, and Mozart. However, there have also been geniuses who did not have the best interests of humanity in mind. In other words, they were dark personalities with tragic endings to their lives. The books which we have selected for you this week serve to remind us that great knowledge is not always put to a good use, and could be more of a curse than a blessing.

Mankind is witnessing enormous progress in the area of space exploration. People are viewing live broadcasts of rocket launches, and NASA sends signals from the dark deepness of space. The Universe is getting closer and closer to us. Who knows, maybe one day the most exciting sci-fi novels, some of which we are presenting you this week, will seem like realistic drama novels.

We often hear the expression, “It is never too late to start.” This week, we present to you three authors whose professional motto must have been, “It is never too early to start” At a time when most people are still debating their life choices, these young people were already writing books which would bring them international popularity and prosperity.

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