TIRED OF FLYING SAUCERS AND LASER GUNS?
TIRED OF ALIENS SEEN IN INSULTING FILMS SUCH AS “INDEPENDENCE DAY: RESURGENCE,” “THIRST” AND “THE DARK”?
FINALLY! A DIFFERENT APPROACH TO AN ALIEN TAKEOVER!

A crop circle is discovered in a corn field on an Illinois farm owned by Jerry and Helen. Helen’s family is coming for a reunion, and she and her husband hope her two brothers, Cale (a college professor), and Paul (an astute businessman) can help them solve the riddle. It has strange effects on people — causing them to see shadowy figures in town and causing duplicates of deceased and absent family members to appear. Eventually, cell phone and computers cease to work, and the town goes ballistic.

Cale and Paul are both drawn into a separate realm by the aliens where they experience moments of their lives in the future. They also discover that the small theatre in town, owned by their father but managed by Elliot Weiss, a high school friend of Cale’s and owner of a local electronics store, and other prominent citizens have been using the theatre building as a channel for illegal immigrants, she tells Cale. His wife, Virginia, learns of this and warns Cale, a person who has also been his friend since high school; she also knows of the scandal involving him and a classmate. Apparently he has a reason for being uneasy about being back in town; however, Virginia has forgiven him and becomes involved in his search for answers.

Cale encounters in various forms throughout his life a female form (at one time she is gigantic) whom he first remembers seeing during his high school play. He thinks that she may have been one of the Anunnaki gods or aliens from ancient Sumer and speculates that he may have a genetic connection with her.

Available now on Amazon Kindle, Smashwords distributors, and Draft2Digital distributors, including Nook.

For Amazon, check ASIN: B01KUNM1TY

And beware. You have been warned.

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