New Novel Puts a Unique Twist on the Battle Between Good and Evil

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Author Philip Alan Travis takes readers on a riveting adventure filled with renegade bishops, black popes, talking animals and space travel

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The 2012 phenomenon. Ragnarok. The Apocalypse. The destiny of the planet earth and human kind has always been a fascinating subject. The public’s interest on the matter has manifested in literature, science, movies and the arts. In “Croéso Adré: Welcome Home”, author Philip Alan Travis sends readers into a world teetering on the brink of Armageddon and into the life of a family embroiled in the mayhem, and their only option is a non-violent one.

Jean-Philippe or JP; his mother, Judy Breeze; his sister, Lyra, and Edward find themselves on an extraordinary adventure that will pit them against the Dark Forces bent on bringing Armageddon into the planet. JP and his family members, however, are not too ordinary themselves. His sister comes from the Pleaiade’s planet, Erra; Edward happens to be John F. Kennedy’s reincarnation and JP himself is an “indigo child” or a highly advanced soul that has answered the call from the Cosmic Hierarchy. Other souls like JP have heeded the call but only one in the three was accepted. Together they embark on a thrilling quest riddled with renegade bishops, black popes, talking animals and space travel while the fate of the world hangs in a delicate balance.

Unfolding in riveting and contemplative prose, “Croéso Adré” will captivate from the beginning and dares its readers to keep guessing at every turn.

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About the Author
Philip Alan Travis was born in Oakville Ontario but lived in Burlington and spent most of his adolescent years in Collingwood, Ontario. By the age of 19 he had dropped out of high school and pursued a career in music. He has played in a few bands as a bass player and has written a number of songs as a vocalist. During the next 11 years, Philip moved from England to the Rocky Mountains in Alberta, Canada and has worked in a variety of jobs, from hotels to kitchen and ski resorts. At the age of 28, Philip started doing research on many different subjects ranging from UFOs to galactic family trees to free energy systems to cures for all diseases.

Croéso Adré * by Philip Alan Travis
Welcome Home
Publication Date: August 9, 2012
Trade Paperback; $19.99; 118 pages; 978-1-4771-4173-1
Trade Hardback; $29.99; 118 pages; 978-1-4771-4174-8
eBook; $3.99; 978-1-4771-4175-5

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