The Circle: A Science Fiction Thriller

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Trafford Publishing, Mar 8, 2004 - Fiction - 178 pages
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The Circle moves the reader forward to the year 2029, just before the start of the world's greatest holocaust, called the Battle of Armageddon. Beginning in the Middle East, the Battle spreads rapidly around the globe until the military forces of Earth are rendered helpless.

The Jihad is influenced by extra-terrestrial forces with weapons far more deadly than those devised by man. All would be lost if not for the Toren Empire, which furnishes space ships enabling approximately 160,000 people to be removed from Earth in time to avoid their demise. The evil forces of the Atlantean Empire make sure that all humans who remained on Earth perish so they can claim the planet for their empire.

The last of the Earthlings spend more than twenty years preparing for the time when they can return to Earth. Although they face overwhelming odds, the survivors return with some surprises of their own to confront the evildoers in a final conflict where the winner takes all.


 

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Contents

CHAPTER 1THE NEW
CHAPTER 2COMPLETING THE PROJECT
CHAPTER 3EXODUS OF THE CHOSEN
CHAPTER 4NUMBER FOUR HUNDRED
CHAPTER 5THE TOREN TWENTY
CHAPTER 6FAREWELL TO THE AMBER ONE
CHAPTER7HELLO STARSIS CHAPTER8THE SNOWPEOPLE CHAPTER 9BEGINNING THE SEARCH RESCUE MISSION CHAPTER 10COMP...
CHAPTER 11SHEGEKOS COMPLAINT CHAPTER12A MAGICALGIFT CHAPTER 13EBONY AND TAOS CHAPTER 14THE JEWELS OF AQU...
CHAPTER 15THE DOCTORSWIFE CHAPTER16MARIANS DOUBLE CHAPTER17DISCOVERY OF CAVE CITY CHAPTER 18THE VOTE
CHAPTER 19THE BATTLE FOR EARTH
CHAPTER 20THE DOOMSDAY MACHINE
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Harold R. Watson was born on a cold wintry day on January 25, 1938 at approximately 11:40 pm after the doctor, in his horse and buggy, came to his parents' home in Henderson, Kentucky. As the fourth child in a family of nine children, his family moved to Evansville, IN where he graduated from Central High School in 1956.

From graduation he joined the Air Force where he served in California, Korea, New Mexico and Germany as a medic. He attended several colleges in various parts of the world near to where he was stationed while in the Air Force. After his first discharge, he attended the University of Western Kentucky full time. He later returned to the Air Force as a communications repair technician. So far he has managed to earn seven college degrees in various fields of study.

He left the Air Force with a second Honorable Discharge in 1966 with more than nine years on active duty. He has traveled extensively across the U.S. and around the world. He worked in insurance claims for thirty-five years after leaving the Air Force and retired at age 63 in 2001 to spend more time with his family and on his passion of writing.

This is his second published novel and he says his third is nearly completed. His proudest achievements are marrying his wife of more than 40 years and their two grown daughters whom he says furnish most of his inspiration.

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