An Abduction Revelation
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An Abduction Revelation
The Comeback Kid Returns
Published:
10/8/2012
Format:
Perfect Bound Softcover
Pages:
206
Size:
6x9
ISBN:
978-1-45255-957-5
Print Type:
B/W

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?

The answers are revealed 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 UFOs 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

An Abduction Revelation is a story that explores an interesting blend between known truths and mysterious unknown entities. A startling revelation is uncovered. What really happened that evening in 1960, when he lost control of the car and crashed? Was 'The Kid' 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 will torment your reality.

Thomas L. Hay, author of The Comeback Kid: Memoirs of Thomas L. Hay, is still living the dream in Lake Waukomis, Missouri, with the “love of his life.” The squirrels are hyperactive, the geese are irritating, and his 401K is crankier than ever.

By T. Smith on October 1, 2015
Format: Kindle Edition
Well first of all let me say that this is not my normal genre but lately I have been straying and reading just about everything. So yes this story is a lot different from my usual man and woman meet, fall in love and live happily ever after type of story. Let me state that I do NOT believe in aliens so to me this story definitely should be classified as fiction. But really I guess you will have to decide that issue for yourself.

Thomas Hay does a good job of telling you his life story and then tying it all in to this alien abduction scenario that he believe is true now that his memory block has been removed.

I found the story quite far-fetched but if you read it in the spirit of just a good story instead of fact then you can get past that and really enjoy the writing.

I don't want to give the story away but it involves so many things that end up all being tied together. Hay is exceptionally good at Morse Code. His wife up and asks him for a divorce one day and says they were abducted by aliens. He marries an Arabian woman who disappears. He is visited by men from NASA and all kinds of crazy things happen. You better really pay attention or you will get confused.

His mind block is gone so he writes about his memoirs. Well, that I don't buy but I think he has a great imagination.

I actually enjoyed the story as long as I didn't get too serious about it. He references songs every chapter and I have never been into music but I recognized quite a few of them. I think that was a nice addition that took lots of thought.

At the end of the book there is a list of idioms. I also enjoyed that. I am sure that took a great deal of time to add that section just for your enjoyment.
Thersa Smith 
 
 


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