United Earth: The Revelation

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Xlibris Corporation, Jun 8, 2011 - Fiction - 491 pages
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United Earth: the Revelation/Book Summary

It is New Years Eve, 2012. A man with a worn deeply lined face and old dark felt hat pauses briefly, peering through a rain-drenched store window at festivities on a television screen. He is late and must hurry off.
Mysteries unfold that not only alter the lives of two soldiers in this holiday crowd, but could bring changes so unbelievable and shocking as to alter the course of human affairs forever. A deadly killer pursues these men as they ask, Just how far is too far when it comes to national security and when is the price too high?"
 

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A great read..keeps the suspence coming!

Contents

The Intruder
15
Chapter 1New Years Eve 2012
19
Chapter 2New Days for Old Years
23
Chapter 3Never to Know What You Believe
39
Chapter 4Of Hidden Truths and Treason
70
Chapter 5On a Wild Ride to Distant Shores
93
Chapter 6Eye For an Eye and True Allegiance
115
Chapter 7Tripping the Fence
162
Chapter 13Vanishing Dreams Like Wisps of Smoke
276
Chapter 14The Birth of Hope
301
Chapter 15Risks and Revelations
322
Chapter 16Visions Deadly Plots and Plans of Action
347
Chapter 17Of Shifting Sands and Dreams
365
Chapter 18Diversions Defiance and Deceptions
386
Chapter 19Prelude to the Fall
408
Chapter 20Rescue and Reprisals
434

Chapter 8Challenges of Hope and Glory
175
Trials of the Present
194
Chapter 10Disappointments Delay and Discovery
211
Chapter 11The Ties That Bind
231
Chapter 12Waking Dreams
252
Chapter 21Rise of United Earth
454
Chapter 22The Coming Dawn
464
Epilogue
477
Glossary
481
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About the author (2011)

Thomas LeRoy Townsend II is a former member of the Louisiana Army National Guard, Company A, 1st Battalion, 156th Armor Division and former U.S. Navy Trident 1 Backfit Missile Technician having served aboard the submarine USS Casimir Pulaski (SSBN 633 Gold Crew). Having a MA in English with specialization in Writing and Linguistics, he is a published poet, amateur inventor and author. His works including E-portfolios: Uniting The Undergraduate Career, think pieces like “Our Elderly Concerns” and he worked briefly as the author of the Hall Summit News, in 1986 for the Coushatta Citizen Newspaper, Coushatta, Louisiana. Short stories include, “A Note of Tomorrow” and poetry includes “My Shining Rose” and “Perceptions” among other works published in the Argus magazine and the U.S. Army and Navy poetry collections. Information on systems and technology he has devised are on file through Louisiana Senator Mary Landrieu and Congressman Jim McCrery’s offices, as well as with the Department of Transportation; Department of Defense, US Army—Tank Automotive and Armaments Command; Department of Homeland Security; and the Atomic Energy Commission among others. Some of these items are featured among the technology mentioned within this story. Thomas and his wife Hollie E. Townsend are also former Walt Disney World cast members and WDW College Program Alumni earning their Ducktorate Degrees during the program. With the approval of WDW LegaL and during his own time while participating in the College Program, Thomas submitted multiple proposals to Disney; thirty-seven in all, for new products, attractions and a whole new wedding pavilion in honor of his new bride. At that time and without restriction or other claim into perpetuity, these proposals were submitted free and without desire for compensation as gifts to Disney for the enjoyment of WDW Families everywhere. Thomas L. Townsend II currently lives in Atlanta, Texas with Hollie; the love of his life, where they continue to write and seek further work such as in their previous roles as movie extras in films like Welcome Home Roscoe Jenkins (formerly The Better Man,) Major Movie Star with Jessica Simpson, and Butter with Ty Burrell and Jennifer Garner. Thomas L. Townsend continues adding to his work in theory and designs.

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