Endicot, N.Y. (PRWEB) September 18, 2013
From the creative and highly imaginative author Willis Bryant comes “Cold Blood”, a thrilling and action-packed sci-fi that unravels the impetuous battle between vampires and the celestial bodies. Lush with exciting twist and shocking turns, this book is set to entertain young, middle-aged, elderly, non-professionals and professionals as they find the book thoroughly enjoyable — the rare kind that makes them stay up late because they were so engrossed.
“Cold Blood” follows Mickey King Kong who had been classified as Hitler Wins. Norma Shearer, the Oscar Winner and the protagonist, has been turned into vampires as well. While Mickey King Kong, the world’s biggest monster, is getting bigger than the cosmos and knows how to fly faster than the speed of light, the earth becomes destroyed, and so did the other celestial bodies, except the moon, which turned to ice.
Is there hope for the human race? Readers will follow what happens next to Mickey King Kong and how he will turn himself back to his normal life to save the earth as this exciting book uncovers its exciting ending.
“Cold Blood” is an action-packed volume that is bloated with powerful imagery, loaded with substance, and filled with suspense. It aims to entertain and at the same time appeal to the readers’ emotions as it highlights some big revelations that stir the plot more to greater heights.
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About the Author
Residing in Endicott, Willis Bryant was a political prisoner and refugee, who will not interview. Police brutality
did take a toll. He was a homeless drifter of Hollywood, Beverly Hills, Los Angeles, Yorba Linda, Santa Barbara, and San Francisco, self-training at AFI. He competed against Paul E. Pross, a two time Pulitzer nominee. He wrote books, which include: “Smart Arse,” “White Fang Two,” “The Sea Wolf Two,” “Dracula Two,” “Fanny Hill Two,” “Frankenstein Two,” “Thus Spoke Zarathrusta Two,” “Uncle Tom’s Cabin Revisited,” “The Quintillionaire,” “Beasts of Prey,” “The Return of the Willows,” “The Diaries of Jason D. Hurlburt,” and “The Biggest Bird, Exploring science”.
Cold Blood* by Willis Bryant
Trade Paperback; $19.99; 226 pages; 978-1-4771-2855-8
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