Innocent Minds

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This story is about Dr. Von Gleichstein, the famed quantum physicist seen in “The Time Saving Agency” and his little dog, Vluffy… and some mutant cockroaches, violins and a few “ozzer sings”.


Published: Aug 04, 2016
Pages: 40
Binding: Perfect-bound Paperback
Dimensions (inches): 8.5 x 8.5″

Now also available as a short film: “Bang! Splat!

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A Children’s Story For Adults!

“When a sci-fi author makes an honest attempt to write a story for children, the hilarious and mind-bending result is something the author never expected… a children’s story – for ADULTS!

Deanna is a quaint planet, home to odd-ball quantum physicist Dr. von Gleichstein and his little dog Vluffy… and a few uninvited guests.

The Herr Doktor and Vluffy are faced with quite a conundrum – even bigger than the Doktor regularly losing his eyebrows. Their home is overrun by mutant two-headed cockroaches – and not even a hammer will stop them! However will they solve this problem?

Innocent Minds is an endearing tale set in the Quantum Series universe created by Christina Engela.

The illustrations were well worth the finger-cramps.”

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Trademark Blend Of Humor, Whimsy & High-Tech

With Innocent Minds, Christina Engela puts her trademark blend of humor, whimsy and high-tech to work in a new story set in her Quantum Series universe. A winning marriage of Bizarro, Douglas Adams style silliness and a unique touch all Engela’s own.” – Alex S. Johnson, author of The Doom Hippies and publisher of Nocturnicorn Books.

Reader Comments:

Your Writing Strikes A Chord

“I have read some of your work (‘Space Sux‘, the kiddy story [‘Innocent Minds‘] and ‘I, Mac‘.) Your writing strikes a chord and I would just like to say thanks.” – Len Turner,  reader, September 12, 2014.

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