Maccleny, FL (Vocus) September 1, 2010
From poet-author Andrew B. Goewey comes a unique collection of poetry—mostly sonnets—that portray a different side of war: its horror, treachery, and torment. Shocking revelations are unveiled as he braves how The Concentration Camp of Evil Circumstance will affect readers and their views on war, clandestine operations, and more. His story in poetry may be based on what happened to him as a CIA/ MI target , but the emotions and actions manifested in these sonnets can very well be happening today—and to people they know.
In this collection of mostly sonnets, readers will explore behind-the-scenes of CIA/ MI covert operations, as well as the heavy surveillance and manipulation of the government. CIA Mind Control is used to break down the victim and Govt. have used directed energy weapons since the early 1990s.
As readers delve into the torture and terror that victims endured which left them traumatized for life, they find themselves drawn to Goewey’s exceptional flair to capture the emotions involved. Dedicated to Uncle Sam’s victims of torture and terror by his Soviet-invented, American-souped up microwave harassment and WWII Nazi/ CIA-inspired Mind Control, this poetry anthology explains how individuals destroy others—for doing what they do themselves and a false pride that won’t quit.
Unconventional and riveting, readers will unravel the deepest, darkest secrets of what Goewey has been through with his freshly written sonnets about the CIA and MI, some FBI. For more information on The Concentration Camp of Evil Circumstance, log on to Xlibris.com.
About the Author
Andrew Goewey has been writing poetry and prose ever since he was young. He was targeted by Military Intelligence and the FBI for no reason in 1967 and has translated poetry since 1990. He has studied languages ever since 1962: Latin, Spanish, French, Portuguese, German, and Swedish – plus some Italian, Danish, and Norwegian. He has self-published chapbooks and has had poetry appear in publications. The Concentration Camp of Evil Circumstance, is his “first effort” at a typical book, most of the poetry he has written has been in the sonnet form. He discovered he had a talent for this in early 1968. A sequel is After Our Golden Age, the Age of Iron, a victim of microwave torture and in a nuthouse.
The Concentration Camp of Evil Circumstance * by Andrew B. Goewey
Publication Date: June 16, 2009
Trade Paperback; $8.50 57 pages; 978-1-4363-4063-2
Trade Hardback; $18.00; 57 pages; 978-1-4363-4064-9
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