The Immune


Fiction - Science Fiction
342 Pages
Reviewed on 06/13/2012
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Author Biography

Doc Lucky Meisenheimer is LJS&S Publishing's bestselling, award-winning author, who is catapulting the genre of science fiction to new heights with his sci fi political thriller, The Immune.

Doc Lucky has sold more than the national average for a new author from an independent publishing company. He has won the International Book Awards, The USA Best Book Awards, The National Indie Excellence Awards, and The Reader’s Favorites Awards for The Immune. Actualizing a "renegade" marketing strategy, he is being asked to give talks for both his knowledge and expertise in fiction writing and marketing.

When not writing, Doc Lucky is known as Dr. John "Lucky" Meisenheimer, a prestigious dermatologist, Mohs surgeon, and chief of the dermatology division of Orlando Regional Healthcare System. On an international level, Doc Lucky is known as a world-renowned yo-yo collector/historian featured in the Guinness Book of World Records for having the largest yo-yo collection. His escapades in yo-yos led to authoring and publishing his first book, Lucky's Collectors Guide to 20th Century Yo-Yos, which is preserved in the Smithsonian Institution's National Museum of American History Collection.

In 2012, Doc Lucky Meisenheimer wrote and published a new book entitled, The Zombie Cause Dictionary, which is a prelude to a webisode series called The Zombie Cause. Doc Lucky plays Doc Ruger within the webisode series about zombology and zombie hunters.

    Book Review

Reviewed by Anne Boling for Readers' Favorite

At last Dr. Joseph Sengele had been captured. He was the epitome of a mad scientist: he had created the airwars which was responsible for killing tens of millions of humans. An airwar looked similar to a Man O’War with its painful stinging tentacles, but this creature could float in the air and was much larger. Its sting paralyzed a human, and then its tentacles would lift the human into the air where it was consumed. When the airwar was attacked it reproduced millions of offspring. The world was in a panic. A world government was formed and it was proved to be as inefficient as can be expected and the citizens began losing their individual rights. However, there is hope. A few people were born genetically immune to the stings of the monsters. A mission rests on the shoulders of a single immune man. He and he alone has what it takes to end the crisis.

"The Immune" by Doc Lucky Meisenheimer is a fantastic read. The action begins on the first pages and doesn’t end until the end. It would not surprise me at any time if something similar to this were to show up in the headlines, as in 1973 Herbert Boyer produced the first transgenic bacterial organism. Similar documentation continues throughout the years. Much of this book is un-politically correct and a bit cheeky. However, I was disturbed by the realism of the governmental actions and reactions. I saw truth in Meisenheimer’s words. This is Meisenderimer’s debut book. I am sure it will not be his last. He is a talented author able to create scenes that keep us on the edge of our seats and at the same time they will amuse and entertain us. Meisenderimer has set the bar high; I expect he can not only meet it but clear it next time.