John B. Fuller Explores the Cryptic World of Extraterrestrials in New Fiction

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“The Alien Prophet” unravels one man’s battle in saving the Earth from alien abduction.

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James and his girlfriend, Flo, agree to meet at a company picnic. James arrives at the site, and just as he notices Flo going toward him, there is a big explosion and a flash of light. James, unable to move, sees bodies scattered everywhere. Clusters of light enter each body, and each in turn disappears. Flo also disappears in this way. The lights enter James and, finding him alive, orders him to forget what has happened. James does not forget; he is recruited by this life-form from alternate Earth and is given great powers.

Action-packed, riveting and intensely intriguing, “The Alien Prophet” by John B. Fuller is a mind-blowing tale that follows one man’s exhilarating journey towards saving humanity from alien abduction. This book’s noxious combination of sharp-edged wit and deliciously frightening style creates a nerve-fraying suspense thriller that confounds every reader at every turn.

James returns Flo and many others to Earth. They discover that the aliens harvest X cells from human bodies. James finds many possible ways for the aliens to harvest the cells they require. James and Flo, along with other humans, live in a dome provided by the aliens. They are attacked, as alien invaders, by world governments with little success. Over many years, most of the dome people move without notice back to the world population. Finally being alone in the dome, James and Flo move to the west coast. When Flo dies, James paddles a canoe out to the Pacific. He is picked up by a pirate ship and taken to their base in Africa. James becomes known as the alien prophet and helps many people achieve freedom. He becomes tired and again paddles out to sea and drowns.

Under a new leader, the system of cell harvest falls apart, and the police close them down. The other universe aliens disappear from Earth’s skies, and Earth leaders declare a victory over these aliens known as Xanderites. After many quiet years, a planet-sized ship arrives and settles in Earth orbit. This causes great damage with earthquakes, volcanoes, and high tides. Small ships leave the mother ship and attack worldwide. Earth has no defense against them, and millions die. A last hope meeting of NORAD is desperately seeking some solution when the Xanderites reappear. They announce that they are willing to help but can only hold the invaders, not defeat them. They state that, as this Earth is no longer fit for humans, they will move the survivors to an alternate Earth they have discovered. There are no functioning Earth governments, so NORAD accepts the offer. All Earth survivors, except Muslims who state they are fighting a holy war, are moved to a wilderness Earth and build settlements. A total of 146,000 survivors build a new world. After a few hundred years, old Earth becomes only a myth, a legend, and the origin of man is unknown. The Xanderites do not appear on this Earth.

“The Alien Prophet” is an intense and thrilling sci-fi adventure that is awash with rousing twists and shocking turns. With the author’s razor-sharp writing and trademark thrilling insight, Fuller delivers yet again a fast-paced, beguiling mystery adventure that proves his status as one of the master storytellers of his time.

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About the Author
John B. Fuller is a native of Nova Scotia, Canada. He resides on the shores of the Bras d’Or Lakes on rural Cape Breton Island with his little dog, Shoo. His other works are “Only the Good Die Young”, “Fight for Survival: The Scalp Hunter”, “The Alien Prophet: World under Attack—Passing of the UFOs”, “To Kill a Dream”, “After Survival Life Goes On” and “But Remember, Sh—t Happens”.

The Alien Prophet * by John B. Fuller
World under Attack—Passing of the UFOs
Publication Date: September 16, 2013
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