Redondo Beach, CA (PRWEB) September 20, 2012
For as long as man can remember, he has always been fascinated with the possibilities of extraterrestrial life. In JMSALFR, The Coming, author Johnnie Adams explores this possibility as he tells the story of a perfect Alien traveler from a world in perfect harmony that existed billions of miles from earth.
This exciting fiction book follows an ordinary family through their ill-fated journey intertwined with the perfect Alien traveler. Two travelers from his world had been sent to earth during pre-civilization, when earth life forms were only microorganisms. During their discoveries, perils, and conflicts with each other, an event occurred that accidentally entrapped them on earth long enough to allow the evolution of mankind as they are today. Some of earth’s destructive progress had given them a means of re-emerging. One traveler, through the unfortunate tragedies of this ordinary family, encounters many adventures in his struggle to return to his world with earth’s destiny in hand.
A suspenseful, emotional, spellbinding novel, JMSALFR, The Coming paints a vivid picture of what life would be like if extraterrestrials lived among people. The first in a planned series, it will hook readers as each exciting twist unfolds until its surprising conclusion.
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About the Author
Johnnie Adams was born in South Carolina where he grew up until the age of eighteen. He went to College in North Carolina where he received his B.S. Degree in Biology. He then moved to the Los Angeles area where he has resided ever since. He has always been intrigued of writing about a hero born from his Industry Medical Technology. After retiring, he has focused on his passion, writing this book, a first in the Jmsalfr Series.
JMSALFR, The Coming * by Johnnie Adams
Publication Date: July 20, 2012
Trade Paperback; $15.99; 102 pages; 978-1-4771-4645-3
Trade Hardback; $24.99; 102 pages; 978-1-4771-4646-0
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