An Abduction Revelation is a story that explores a compelling blend of seemingly true events with mysterious unknown entities.
Who are the abductors? Where do they come from? Where are they hiding? Do they even exist?
Discover the secrets in an intriguing adventure spiked with mystery, a dash of romance, a teaspoon of heartbreak, and a cup of revelations that will shock and torment your reality. A perfect recipe for an entertaining tale.
Join the ‘Comeback Kid’ on his incredible journey as he uncovers secrets behind his abductions and comes face to face with his abductors.
A compelling and amusing sci-fi/memoir curiosity - Kirkus Reviews
I am not a sci-fi fan, but this book fascinated me and held my interest from start to finish - Caitlin
Whether you believe in UFOs and aliens or not, this is a truly interesting story - Pinky Pollock
Hay is a fabulous storyteller. Rivals with the best sci-fi novels - Zillie Carlson
Mind- blowing. Very intriguing and fascinating read. One of the best I have read this year - Stephanie Verhaegen of Bookfever
The true appeal and genius of this story is figuring out what is real and what is fiction. - Michala
Revised date 3/24/2014
An Abduction Revelation is a mystery that explores an interesting mix between the paranormal and some true life events of the author.
The startling revelation is uncovered in the revised memoirs of The Comeback Kid, Memoirs of Thomas L. Hay. What really happened that evening in 1960, when he lost control of the car and crashed? Was he abducted, or was it just a freak accident?
What occurred a few years later when his ex-wife suspected they were abducted by aliens? Not once, but twice.
She would claim the 'truth' was revealed to her after their divorce, when her spirit told her to fast and abstain from sexual activities. This melted the memory blocks instilled by the aliens during the abductions and exposed recorded traumatic experiences that were buried deep within her subconscious.
After writing his memoirs, the Kid suspected he may have similar mysterious phenomenon buried within his subconscious. He became tormented to investigate the probabilty, so he adopted her ascetic lifestyle.
O...M...G... He had to revise his memoirs.
Experience an intriguing adventure filled with mystery, romance, UFO, and alien abductions that may torment your reality. The Comeback Kid returns with a stunning revelation.
Thomas L. Hay, author. Raised in the Golden Valley of Clinton, Missouri. US Navy Vietnam Vet. Retired from TWA/American Airlines. Enjoys golfing, fishing, and singing Karaoke. Currently resides in Lake Waukomis, Missouri, with his lovely wife, along with some hyperactive squirrels, too many irritating geese, and a few cranky old catfish.
Reviewed by Paul Lappen for the Kindle Book Review) This book is about an average person with an almost unbelievable story to tell, a story that involves abduction by aliens.
Hay lived a rather normal life. He joined the Navy after high school, becoming a radioman, and getting very good at sending Morse Code. After the Navy, he married Claudia, and settled down to a normal life, except for the part about being abducted by aliens. With no prior warning, one night Claudia asks for a divorce (at the end of the book, Hay learns that she had a very good reason).
While living and working in Saudi Arabia, Hay falls in love with Fiza, an Arabian woman (very bad idea). They keep their relationship very quiet, but the male members of her family find about it, so Hay has to practically run to the airport to catch the next plane out of the country. They re-connect outside of Saudi Arabia, get secretly married and live in America, but things end very badly.
In the depths of depression, Hay is visited by a couple of men from NASA, with an invitation to join a Top Secret project. It seems that all the reports of UFO sightings and abductions since the mid-20th century are not all mass delusions; they happen to be true. Hay is able to telepathically communicate with a real alien, who really is not so alien after all. He also learns why, during an earlier visitation, the aliens took some sperm from him. The alien race is sterile; Hay is asked for his assistance. This is one of those decisions where there is no going back. What is his decision?
Hay had some memories of his abduction experiences, so he wrote a book about them. Claudia discovered a way to totally neutralize the alien mental blocks that were put in her head. Hay tried it, and he suddenly remembered everything that happened to him. He felt compelled to write a revised and updated book about his abduction experiences; this is the book. The reader can decide if this is fiction or non-fiction; the author insists that it is a true story. Either way, it works really well. It’s very well-written and easy to read, with more than enough “strange” in it. Yes, this deserves five stars.
(The Kindle Book Review Received a free copy of this book for an independent, fair and honest review. We are not associated with the author
5.0 out of 5 stars Mystery, Romance, February 17, 2014
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This review is from: An Abduction Revelation: The Comeback Kid Returns (Kindle Edition)
I gave this book 5 stars. Now this is not my normal reading material and at first the word “abduction” made me think it would be a story full of misfortune. But I must say I was pleasantly surprised and would recommend this book for anyone that loves reading mysteries and romance. Yes, this author has managed to combine both in this “can’t put it down” story. Thomas now has me as an avid fan of his future books – this is my first time reading one of his books. With so many unexplained incidents happening in our lives, this story should hit home for some of us. It does not matter if you believe in the paranormal or not. It is about an author who has taken the time to share some true life experiences with us. This is a must read book and you cannot beat the Kindle price for 194 pages of adventure!
An Abduction Revelation: The Comeback Kid Returns byThomas L. Hay (Goodreads Author)
Jul 24, 13
4 of 5 stars
Read on July 24, 2013
First of all I want to say I love that the author has signed my book. So I want to send a thank you his way!
So this book… Wow! It was kind of mind blowing. It was a very intriguing and fascinating read that I read quickly in less than a day. I was surprised myself when I found myself unable to stop reading and before I knew it the story was over.
An Abduction Revelation is based on true events of the life of Thomas L. Hay. The first thing I noticed about this book was how much I loved the writing. This isn’t my usual genre, although I love anything sciencefiction related so it was definitely a new experience for me. But, gosh, the writing was amazing. I loved the way Thomas described everything. Seriously good writing here, people!
At some point this book takes a huge turn and turns all sci-fi and just amazing. This would make an awesome movie by the way. Though I have to say I don’t think this book will be liked by everyone. To me, personally, it comes easy because I love these kind of stories and always have been intrigued by alien abductions and such. To find out for yourself I suggest you just read the book and make up your own mind. For me this book was fab! And it took me totally by surprise. It took me a while to get to it due to life getting in the way but I am so glad I finally read it. One of the best books so far this year for sure!
5.0 out of 5 stars An Abduction Revelation Thinks Outside the Bottle, April 8, 2013
By C. M. Truxler (USA) - See all my reviewsThis review is from: An Abduction Revelation: The Comeback Kid Returns (Paperback)
If it does nothing else, An Abduction Revelation The Comeback Kid Returns by Thomas L. Hay will entertain the reader and leave him, or her, with the uneasy feeling of that there might be more to the world than one realizes. Based on the author's own experiences, the tale focuses on the production of questions that are answered as the story progresses. At the very least, it is an interesting memoir with good entertainment value. At the other end of the spectrum, this thought provoking novel will put commonly held ideas into question, while it entertains better than the proverbial "Grampa" with a child on his knee.
The characters are few, as the tale focuses on the author's life and the happenings there in, but each is presented clearly and distinctly with simple and straightforward speech. As is with characters in real-life, each is a complicated culmination of life events. Vibrant and engaging characters flow through the tale. Readers will find he or she is vested in the well-being of each presented.
The plot carries many twists and turns and thus, keeps most guessing. Many will find he or she knows the path direction, but do not be fooled; this is one tale where one and one may equal eleven. One portion in particular will pull a reader into the tale to the height of fear for the narrator. It is one of a few of heart-in-throat moments that only add to the enjoyment value. I will say that this is an adult story, and as such contains adult situations. Keeping that in mind, it was a fun and quite interesting read.
Plaguedoctor's Review 4 of 5 stars
Read from July 28 to August 02, 2014
This book was definitely an interesting and compelling read. The author makes an interesting story from a mix of real life events and fiction that he made up. He states in the introduction, whether you believe his story or parts of the story, is up to you and your imagination. It does sound like every corny sci-fi movie jammed into one book, but there are parts that do sound believable. That's just my opinion, it's really up to you and your interpretation. I kinda felt like it needed to be stated better that this was a mix of fiction and events inspired by the authors life. I also kinda felt like the authors background wasn't really necessary, it didn't really hold any relevance to what was going to happen later in the story, except for a few instances. It just kinda felt like it was put there to make the story longer. I couldn't really get over the name Tom-Tom either(No offense) it just kept making me think of my gps since it's name brand is Tom Tom. It didn't really blow my mind either, it did however make me rethink about things I've previously thought about. I've always been interested in the supernatural, paranormal, stuff that no can explain. So, it was refreshing to read and think about those kind of things again. All in all this was a pretty good book and I highly recommend to anyone who is interested in UFO's, Aliens, etc.