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The Sower by Kemble Scott

The Sower by Kemble Scott

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Who is The Sower? What's in his seed that makes him the most wanted man on earth?

The Da Vinci Code meets Sex and The City in this page turning thriller about a virus that cures all diseases, but the only way to pass it to others is through sex.

THE SOWER is the outrageous, twisted brand new novel from Kemble Scott, author of the bestseller SoMa.

"Dark, subversive, and laugh-out-loud funny.”
-- Raj Patel, author of the international bestseller Stuffed and Starved.

"The Sower is the Da Vinci Code as seen through the twisted eyes of John Waters and transcribed by the Marquis de Sade.”
--David Henry Sterry, author of the bestseller Chicken.

"The Sower entertains, enlightens, and manages to push a whole lot of buttons in the process...one of those ‘can’t put it down’ books that runs the reader though the full slate of emotions from start to finish."
--Kate Douglas, author of the bestselling Wolf Tales series.

The Story:

Bill Soileau is the last guy you’d expect to save the world.

From the shocking opening chapter of The Sower, Bill is the ultimate bad boy. A deviously handsome player in the world of San Francisco’s sexual underground, he doesn’t seem to care for anyone except himself.

Then while on assignment working overseas in remote Armenia, he’s infected with a manmade supervirus that appears to be a cure for all diseases. With the help of a brilliant French doctor, Bill soon discovers he’s the sole carrier, and the only way to pass the miracle cure onto others is through sex.

When word gets out, Bill finds himself on the most wanted list. He’s the ultimate weapon in the culture wars, pitting him against right wing ideologies, religious extremists, and the most famous pop star on the planet.
Who is The Sower? What's in his seed that makes him the most wanted man on earth?

The Da Vinci Code meets Sex and The City in this page turning thriller about a virus that cures all diseases, but the only way to pass it to others is through sex.

THE SOWER is the outrageous, twisted brand new novel from Kemble Scott, author of the bestseller SoMa.

"Dark, subversive, and laugh-out-loud funny.”
-- Raj Patel, author of the international bestseller Stuffed and Starved.

"The Sower is the Da Vinci Code as seen through the twisted eyes of John Waters and transcribed by the Marquis de Sade.”
--David Henry Sterry, author of the bestseller Chicken.

"The Sower entertains, enlightens, and manages to push a whole lot of buttons in the process...one of those ‘can’t put it down’ books that runs the reader though the full slate of emotions from start to finish."
--Kate Douglas, author of the bestselling Wolf Tales series.

The Story:

Bill Soileau is the last guy you’d expect to save the world.

From the shocking opening chapter of The Sower, Bill is the ultimate bad boy. A deviously handsome player in the world of San Francisco’s sexual underground, he doesn’t seem to care for anyone except himself.

Then while on assignment working overseas in remote Armenia, he’s infected with a manmade supervirus that appears to be a cure for all diseases. With the help of a brilliant French doctor, Bill soon discovers he’s the sole carrier, and the only way to pass the miracle cure onto others is through sex.

When word gets out, Bill finds himself on the most wanted list. He’s the ultimate weapon in the culture wars, pitting him against right wing ideologies, religious extremists, and the most famous pop star on the planet.

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Published by: Kemble Scott (Scott James) on Apr 25, 2009
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Kemble Scott's novel THE SOWER premiered on Scribd and today made the bestsellers list! http://bit.ly/49Bjg
Today's column in The New York Times: Are San Franciscans turning into a bunch of Gladys Kravitz characters? http://nyti.ms/9l3Vb5 - Comments allowed on The Bay Citizen edition of the story: http://bit.ly/c7iM1v
My latest column in The New York Times: Is San Francisco's controversial proposed sit/lie law doomed to fail because there's no money for enforcement? http://nyti.ms/actnEp The Bay Citizen edition of this story allows for public comments: http://bit.ly/aZLRO6
My column today in The New York Times: a imported tree species from New Zealand is wrecking San Francisco, but the city is putting on trial those trying to deal with the damage. http://nyti.ms/bZb60i The story is also carried today on The Bay Citizen, which is open for public comments. http://bit.ly/ddUoQF
Funny story for a hot summer day: record heat wave hits San Francisco, Christmas hits Costco. http://bit.ly/cy0J4q

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