As anyone visiting this site knows, we’re working hard to bring the Nikola Tesla story to the big screen.

The epic drama of the real-life Nikola Tesla is the greatest untold story of all-time … about the world’s greatest genius.

Our story is based on fact. Historical research as revealed in the definitive Biography

“WIZARD: THE LIFE & TIMES OF NIKOLA TESLA” by Marc J. Seifer.

But it’s not what we say about Tesla’s story that matters, here is what others are saying:

DIZZYING! Winston-Salem NC Journal

COMPELLING! New Scientist

REVELATORY! Publisher’s Weekly

A MASTERPIECE! Nelson DeMille

RECOMMENDED! Choice

A SURPERB BOOK! PLM Shipbuilding Corp.

VERY IMPRESSIVE! Nature

UTTERLY ABSORBING! Nexus

AN IMPORTANT BOOK. Newsday

SERIOUS SCHOLARSHIP! Scientific American

HIGHLY RECOMMENDED!

American Association for the Advancement of Science

DEEP & COMPREHENSIVE! Computing Reviews

FULLEST ACCOUNT YET OF TESLA!

Publisher’s Weekly

OUR FAVORITE TESLA BIOGRAPHY.

High Voltage Store

AN ASTONISHING & GREAT PIECE OF WORK!

Ingo Swann

ENOUGH CANNOT BE SAID ABOUT THIS WORK.

Akasha Bookstore

SEIFER treats his prodigious subject with sympathy & realism – Nexus

TESLA MAY BE ENJOYING A COMEBACK THANKS TO BOOKS

LIKE “Wizard”! New York Times

A TRULY REMARKABLE BIOGRAPHY OF A REMARKABLE MAN

Author Nelson DeMille

FAR & AWAY BEST JOB AMONG TESLA BIOGRAPHERS!

Infinite Energy

“I wasn’t very far into the book when I began to realize what an astonishing and great piece of work it was!” Ingo Swann
Citadel Press

“I highly recommend this biography of a great technologist!” A.A. Mullin, U.S. Army Space and Strategic Defense Command

POWERFUL! Amazon


A MUST READ! Amazon


IN A NUTSHELL: SUPERB! Amazon


AN HISTORICAL MASTERPIECE! Amazon


AN AMAZING BOOK ABOUT AN AMAZING MAN. Amazon


THE MOST ACCURATE & COMPLETE STUDY OF TESLA TO DATE! Amazon


Books on the Brilliantly Disturbed

By JOSHUA KENDALL in the Wall Street Journal

1. A Beautiful Mind By Sylvia Nasar

2. The Man Who Loved China By Simon Winchester

3. Empire By Donald Bartlett and James Steele

4. The Difference Engine By Doron Swade

5. Wizard By Marc J Seifer PhD

A century before cellphones and the Internet, another “wireless revolution” turned America upside-down. Its chief theoretician was Nikola Tesla, a Serb from Croatia, who secured the first patent for a means to produce high  frequency radio waves. Tesla was considered, along with Thomas Edison, one of the “twin wizards of electricity,” Marc Seifer writes in this absorbing biography.

For more information contact Marc Seifer directly at mseifer@cox.net

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An Extraordinary Man

An Inconvenient Genius

Tesla: Wireless Light circa 1890’s

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