Timely Novel Reveals Apocalypse 2012: Bad Weather Portends Global Disaster

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Recent weather events may remind you of the Nostradamus prediction of the apocalypse on December 21, 2012. Author Dan Makaon has written a timely epic tale that explains what’s really happening to our planet. It may be fiction, but it’s based on real science, extrapolated to the limits of speculation. The terrible weather with flooding, forest fires, earthquakes, and volcanic activity might concern many of us. This can be scary stuff, but it’s what makes for a good read when deftly incorporated into a novel. According to a recent ForeWord Clarion Review of Goodbye Milky Way, “Makaon has created a plot full of suspense and urgency.”

Man should not just sit idly by hoping the fate of dinosaurs does not befall him.

Goodbye Milky Way – An Earth in Jeopardy Adventure is available as an e-book now and will be available as a hardcover (436 pp, 6¼ x 9¼, $27.95, 978-0-9833785-9-4) in fine bookstores everywhere on October 1, 2011.

In Goodbye Milky Way, Makaon’s first novel, world governments are aware of a threat from deep space that will destroy mankind, but they’re powerless to prevent it. They choose secrecy and cover-up to avoid global pandemonium. A few scientists, who independently learn about the threat, band together and form an eclectic team dedicated to finding and implementing a mechanism to save the Earth and the Moon.

Dan Makaon is a graduate of the U.S. Air Force Academy and former Captain in the Air Force, where he worked in the Space and Missile Systems Organization. He has a bachelor’s degree in Science and a master’s degree in Systems Management. While in the Air Force he was awarded the Commendation Medal for his innovative software development. After leaving the Air Force he worked in the specialty chemicals industry, and ultimately ran his own supply chain consulting firm.

For more information about Goodbye Milky Way, to schedule an interview, or request a review copy, please refer to the contact information at the top of this release.


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