Bonilla Literary: Dirt Stars Series Chronicles Effects of Permanent Hurricane on Earth

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Dirt Stars Shovel One Judgment Day by Hector Luis Bonilla has been unearthed. This is the firt of four installments. The series has a fiction tale about giants, large and small. It also has theory, and this theory bears a terrible omen; the possibility of Earth begetting a permanent hurricane.

The hurricane season is upon us once again, and so is Hector Luis Bonilla’s new release, “Dirt Stars Shovel One Judgment Day” in conjunction with Lulu the world’s fastest-growing provider of print-on-demand books.

Shovel One takes us back 65 million years to a possible scenario of our solar system when Venus and Mars were alive and the people of waterworld Neptune were the little giants of the solar system. Atlantis did not sink, she is hidden.

Dirt Stars One is the grand opening of a fun fiction series depicting the record of the sins of the angels against the universe starting at the time before the Sun was born, followed by Earth’s global surface ascension, and ending with the realization that everything is frozen nothing.

However, at the same time that the author regales his readership with the fun story of the Air Hunters, Bonilla’s real public service consists in introducing his Universal Similarity Theory. And that is why this fascinating book series bears a terrible omen, the possibility of Earth begetting a permanent hurricane; one that dry land would not be able to stop, a storm so wide and powerful that it could last up to six months. And that is just the beginning.

So, if the thought of the passage of Hurricane Katrina feels bad still, feel again! A reader must feel in their mind what it would be like to live under the hard winds of a hurricane that just wouldn’t go away. The first two books of Bonilla’s Dirt Stars Series will portrait what exactly is like to experience the wrath of a permanent cyclone. The next two will content nature’s mechanical possibilities for such a future.

Links to publication: http://www.permanenthurricane.com and http://www.lulu.com/dirt

Hector Luis Bonilla’s career researching general global warming and atmospheric dynamics began in 1985. He studied philosophy and psychology at the University of Massachusetts, Amherst. Dirt Stars One is a self-publishing effort by Bonilla Literary of Philadelphia, Pennsylvania.

Source: Bonilla Literary wasisbe @ yahoo.com 267-970-6141

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