A story that explores a compelling blend between some true life events of the author blended with his seemly vivid imagination. Who are the abductors? Where do they come from? Where are they hiding? Do they even exist? What actually occurred that evening in 1960, when the ‘Kid’ lost control of his car, crashed, and lost three hours of his life? Was he abducted, or was it just a freak accident? What occurred a few years later when his first wife told him they were abducted by aliens, not once, but twice?
A strike team that works for a secret military organisation try to stop a crazy scientist. The strike team fails. A assassin who works for the same organisation teams up with one of the scientist's experiments to try and stop him. Many years later, the world as we know it no longer exists thanks to the Destroyer and his crimson armies.
The plot of Predictable Violence is intelligent and full of twists, with a reveal of whodunit that will shock. The story explores several universal themes that readers can connect to - death and loss, regret, and hatred that only harms the hater. Mackenzie Anderson’s husband and two-year old daughter were shot and killed when Mack was only nineteen years old. When the police stopped trying to find the murderer, Mack began working with a private investigator.
In 1866, Peter Baxter’s misfortune ends the day he leaves Badgerys Creek orphanage. Unsure of what to do next, Peter finds himself on a farm run by Mr. Brown. An aging man, Brown needs help and is happy to give Peter a place to live in exchange for his labor. Unbeknownst to Peter, Brown’s past is riddled with dark secrets tied to the same orphanage, which he has documented in a red folder.
A Mormon missionary goes insane on his mission and all hell breaks loose. Miraculous occurrences. Various sexual congress. The God of the Universe striking people dead. Mormon missionary Kenny Feller has realized that God isn’t about to give him an ounce of the miracle power he needs to succeed on his mission—as promised.
The War on Terror is in full swing. Millions are indiscriminately swept up in its Siren Song, from presidents to playful children. The president of the United States is morally torn between his humanitarianism and his constitutional duty to protect his citizens; Mo, a wretched youth, is waylaid by the treacherous teachings of his imam in prison; Ayaan, a lost soul, is lured into a romanticism of cataclysmic proportions on the Internet;
Take a journey through the murky world of mobile app development. Advertise This! is a colourful account of the harsh realities faced by the individual in a world dominated by corporate power. Based on the author’s own experience of seeking to find a foothold in the mobile games industry, a foothold which was then taken away and denied for no good reason, the insights and conclusions reached apply equally to the wider digital world, and have very real implications for society in general.
THIS TRAINING BOOK is intended only for people with great enthusiasm, especially in extreme conditions, and they are ready to COMPLETELY CHANGE THEIR LIVES, following this basic leadership. Perhaps it took you years to try to challenge awareness, going back to your past way of life, and this will lead to return to the old way of life. If you do not carry out the information that you need to remove, at this point, it will constantly represent the roller coaster.
An urn with the power to skip Warren Renner between parallel lines of time threatens to destroy his free will, but he doesn’t know that. All he knows is life in small-town Tamarack turned dark the day his brother died, and he wants out. Before Warren can run away, his friend Tanner convinces him to come to a party in the forest, as long as he brings the urn. When lightning strikes, Warren becomes caught in a ghostly battle over the lines of time.