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Sitting quietly alone on the roof of his family's new home his scoped 308 leaned against the half wall in front of him. He has 2.45 caliber semi-automatic pistols, one on each thigh. His jeans are dirty and beginning to tare, his shirt soaked in 3 days of sweat and he hasn't slept in just over a week. He is worn and tired. He knows his family and new friends are sitting below him scared counting on him to get out of this warehouse and survive this, whatever this is, but his eyes keep coming back to his sea of snappers below him and the bright glow of what used to be Oklahoma City burning in the distance. The dead remains of what once was human species. It's like a bad dream or even a b movie. The military crumbled at the stress of fighting dead but not before it had destroyed the city in a attempt to contain this event.$6.96
Jerome is imprisoned in another dimension with no chance to escape. He is placed on trial for the many crimes he committed against the Crystal Race.
His only thoughts are of his lost love Katie who he hopes is safe back on Earth with all the rest of his friends. While within his captive habitat Jerome encounters a strange being that alters his perception and now he is able to see the Universe in a different manner. Deciding escape is impossible, AK enters his dimension and they escape to the normal Universe. Jerome learns just who the Harvester really are and what it is the Crystal need from the stars.
About the author:
Richard Chamberlain was a part of the Naval Submarine force for twelve years. He was hurt during deployment and then medically discharged. He then entered Idaho State University and attained a degree in Mathematics and studied astrophysics. After graduation he commenced working at Nuclear Power stations on refueling code to refuel nuclear reactors. He worked for sixteen more years in various engineering positions at Nuclear Generating Stations throughout the various states. After he could no longer do that work he turned himself into the DAV. From then on he studied Physics, Mathematics, and various subjects pertaining to Quantum physic and Cosmology. He now writes, reads, and studies Electronics.$2.99–$19.99
An alien from planet Harare comes to Earth to study humans and report back his findings. After visiting Germany, the alien, now using the name “Johan Becker “, ends up in Bridgeport, New York, where he meets a family of Russian immigrants.
The story follows Johan Becker as he observes the family who are struggling to adapt to a new environment while holding on to their old country traditions. The cultural shock the family goes through places them in awkward and funny situations, and the author describes these with plenty of sarcasm and humor.
The characters in Visitor from Harare are quite realistic and it entices the reader to flip through the pages to find out what happens next. Also, anyone familiar with the emigrant communities in American can easily relate with the difficulties the family goes through in this novel.
About the author:
Edward Purizhansky lives in Amherst, New York. He is teaching at Buffalo State College. Purizhansky came to the United States from the former Soviet Union in 1989. The characters described in the novel, and the way they walk through the realities of this new world while beginning their lives in the new country are the result of his close familiarity with the subject.$16.99