Author and video producer Keith Kornell has been writing since the age of twelve, carefully honing his craft. His third book, Super Born, a hilarious, unique, and entertaining book is arguably his best work yet, unlike anything that readers have ever read before.
Super Born chronicles the story of Dr. Jones, a brilliant scientist who discovers that an experiment performed during the Cold War turned all of the men born in Scranton, Pennsylvania in the late seventies into morons and gave the women enhanced powers. Determined to prove his theory, he enlists the help of a journalist, Logan, and begins his search for a superwoman.
Super Born features a unique cast of characters: Allie — the B.I.B. — is a single mother who develops superpowers in her thirties, creating a clash between the lure of her newfound powers and the familiarity of her life with a daughter and career; superwomen Jennifer Lowe and Rebecca Sans who each deal with questions and conflicts as a result of their superpowers; and mob boss Carmine Camino, among others. The compelling and often humorous characters bring Kornell’s story to vivid life on the page.
The multi-layered plot ultimately leaves readers with the message that, despite challenges, temptations, and struggles for recognition and power, people are basically good, loving, and committed to one another. Interwoven into the plot are themes of what it means to be a true hero, the role of women in the world, what is truly valuable in life, and the choices that we make when all things are possible.
Kornell is a true pioneer of his genre, taking readers on a unique journey that is filled with unforgettable characters and thought-provoking themes.
For more information on Keith Kornell, please visit his website at www.Superborn.net, like him on Facebook at http://www.facebook.com/SuperBorn, read his blog at http://blog.thebib.org/blog-0/bid, view his Vimeo channel at http://vimeo.com/40629441 and his YouTube channel at http://www.youtube.com/subscription_center?feature=player_embedded&add_user=SuperBornBook&src_vid=TNUtQZvfAvg