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The Phoenix Project - Montauk Time Travel Technology
The Phoenix Project - Montauk Time Travel Technology
by Paul Turner Rating: 0.0

Just as the ancient and mythical firebird, the Phoenix, arose anew from its own ashes so did the so-called Project Phoenix, also, perhaps, mythical in its own right. Project Phoenix was born on the shoulders of the failures before it - the misguided attempt to control the weather and an ill-fated invisibility experiment.
Project Phoenix, for some, is a myth, a contemporary legend - a conspiracy made up by conspiracy buffs for the sake of their own satisfaction. For others, the legend of Project Phoenix was real - a legend that began with a rumor. German historian, Ernst Bernheim, considered a legend to be the survival of rumor. Conspiracy or not, legend or not, there seems to be a vast amount of books, articles, videos, and websites devoted to the subject, as there is a vast amount of people who believe the legend to be true.
For forty-one years, beginning on the morning of August 12, 1943 to the early part of 1984, some of the most bizarre experiments took place, beginning on the Delaware River, continuing at a national laboratory, and ending in the underground beneath a deserted Naval Air Station on the eastern point of Long Island, New York.
The Phoenix Project - Montauk Time Travel Technology was created by taking existing factual material, sometimes reading between the lines and sometimes "bending" the material to fit the fictional situation. And, to be honest, I have ignored certain published "facts" that did not reasonably fit my interpretation of the "story." But what takes place does follow a logical timeline and situational pattern that falls within the category of – “It could have happened.” 268 pages/ over 285 drawings and photographs.

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The Beginning of Never by Emily Kurtyan
The Beginning of Never by Emily Kurtyan
by Virtuoso Book Distribution Rating: 0.0

Amy Wolf is a fifteen year old girl with depression. At-least, she was until the night she killed herself and became a ghost. Amy killed herself because she lost both her father and her grandmother; the only people that actually cared about her. Her mother remarried an alcoholic who abuses both Amy and her mother.
Amy watched her friends deal with grief without her. One by one she says goodbye to each one of them. She finds out that her boyfriend Carter cheated on her with her friend Brooklyn and seeks revenge on them. She says goodbye to her friends through their dreams, which she can enter in a process called “dream walking.”
Amy receives a ghost mentor named Ebony who explains to her what will happen now that she is a ghost. She has roughly a month to get closure before she moves on to Terra Porta Mortuua, or the land of the dead. Ebony tells her the story of her death; a story of love, jealousy, and murder. Amy and Ebony become great friends until she leaves for Terra Porta Mortuua.
After Ebony moves on, Amy meets the boy she must mentor, Evan. She feels an irresistible pull to him, and the two instantly fall in love. Amy tells him her whole story of why she killed herself. At the end of the book she admits that she was raped by her stepfather’s friend, got pregnant, and was forced to have an abortion. Finally, Amy finds love with Evan as a ghost, and peacefully moves on to her next life.

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EXECUTIVE DECEIT
EXECUTIVE DECEIT
by David Carl Mielke Rating: 0.0

LENA MILLS IS WASHINGTON, D.C'S WORST NIGHTMARE!

Are you disgusted with the clowns in Washington, who are playing fast and loose with our nation’s credit, stifling our small businesses with onerous new regulations, shrinking the value of our homes and throwing over 400,000 new workers into the ranks of the unemployed each month? Do you believe our President and representatives were sent to D.C. to enact change for the better, yet all we’ve received was change for the worse? Where is the leader with no personal political agenda, who will act in the nation’s best interest? Who is the leader with the clout, determination and mandate to flush corrupt Congressmen from office and restore Constitutional sanity to the nation’s capital?

Her name is LENA MILLS. She is Washington, D.C.’s worst nightmare. Lena thwarts assassination attempts, disrupts Senate committee hearings, forces the President of the United States to confront his past, and brings the nation to the brink of polarized anarchy. And if that’s not enough -- along the way she finds the love of her life.

I think you’ll find our heroine is just the ticket for your summertime blues -- and a wishful cure for our D.C. malaise.

Happy Reading!

My name is David Carl Mielke. My first two novels: A DISH BEST SERVED COLD and A NATION BEST SERVED HOT have won national awards, and my latest novel is now available in paperback and e-book format with Amazon, Barnes & Noble and other book outlets. I invite you to check out WWW.LENAMILLS.COM and read the summary of EXECUTIVE DECEIT -- “A tongue-in-cheek revision of recent history – a poignant blend of fiction and reality.”

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Mind Games
Mind Games
by Christine Deurloo Rating: 0.0

Anika Jansen is diagnosed with brain cancer; she has less than a year to live. When she qualifies for a new medicine, which is created from a semi-synthetic virus, she doesn’t hesitate to give it a try. There is only one problem; the medicine has never been tested on humans.

Anthony Baker is another patient who is eager to be cured, he suffers from Schizophrenia. The two individuals travel to LA where they will undergo a life saving operation using the newest neurologic technology.
After the operation they’ll receive an injection with the virus.

It is this same virus which kills the son of Rodrigo Mendez. He is found in a scrap yard with terrible blisters on his face.

Frank Clark will do anything to get the new medicine on the market; it will make him the richest man on earth

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Anti-Vigilante and the Rips in Time
Anti-Vigilante and the Rips in Time
by Diane Tegarden Rating: 0.0

“Anti-Vigilante and The Rips in Time” is a science fiction novel set in the distant future with its story deep into renewable energy and the changing face of the planet. A book for science fiction enthusiasts as well as renewable and ocean energy advocates, it tells the tale of futuristic beliefs in a most creative and authentic way, with poetry scattered throughout. Headed by a cast of original, dynamic characters, you will fall in love, get excited and root for them right up to the exciting finale!

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