Geopolitics and UFOs. Is This The Future?

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Acclaimed New Novel by Windstream Publishing Company is Timely Science Fiction

Acclaimed new novel by Windstream Publishing Company is timely a science fiction piece.

It has been 70 years since the end of World War II. Humanity is past due for another worldwide war. China is increasingly aggressive and so is Russia. The Middle East is a powder keg. Global competition is fierce. Civilizations are clashing all over the planet; for territory, for oil, for religion, for settling old scores. And the UFO phenomenon has proven humans have been watched. Might UFOs actually intervene to save the Earth from human folly? Will human philosophies, ideas, concepts, and beliefs survive?

Advance Praise

“One reason why Reason for Existence is such a delight is that it embraces philosophical and spiritual thinking with a sage, yet seasoned, approach that involves readers in not just nonstop action, but higher-level thinking: all this couched in the form of a thriller that is absolutely engrossing.”

The Midwest Book Review

“Reason for Existence is a work of sheer writing brilliance. Richard Botelho uses a perfect blend of sci-fi, conspiracy theories, suspense, and spy games to produce a book guaranteed to give a thrilling experience. An absolute winner.”


Book Facts:

Page Count: 200
ISBN: 978-0-9643926-6-3 (softcover) $14.95, ISBN: 978-0-9643926-7-0 (ebook) $2.99
Email: marketing(at)wpcbooks(dot)com

About the Author:

Richard Botelho is the author of two books: The New Individualism: Personal Change to Transform Society, a non-fiction social commentary, used in over 100 colleges and universities across America, and winner of the S.C.P.H.C. Gold Award for Philosophy in 1996; and Leah’s Way, his first novel, which received a rave review in the February 1st, 2004 edition of Library Journal. He has a B.A. and M.A. in Government from California State University, Sacramento, graduating with honors.

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