Kris Oanes’s new book proffers readers alternate history of man

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Science fiction book ‘The Wool Pulled Over’ aims to inspire change in humanity

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The things I have learned are so basic for survival—to love and help others whenever and wherever you can and to do onto others as you’d have them do to you.

Author Kris Oanes pens an alternate history of man in his new narrative, “The Wool Pulled Over” (published by AuthorHouse).

“Man needs to evolve into a better being to continue existing,” Oanes says. “I’m trying to help inspire a good feeling of how we could all improve ourselves or the good of all.”

“The Wool Pulled Over” centers on an unknown side effect of World War II that has written the whole history of man in a timeline that no one ever knew existed. These hidden factors are brought to light by special people so humanity will live on.

Oanes completes his story in just over 150 pages, angling to pique the interest of readers who lack the motivation to read larger books, while still incorporating an imaginative storyline to keep their interest.

An excerpt from “The Wool Pulled Over”:

“The things I have learned are so basic for survival—to love and help others whenever and wherever you can and to do onto others as you’d have them do to you. So simple, yet all of humanity struggles to accomplish it.”

The Wool Pulled Over
By Kris Oanes
Softcover | 5 x 8 in | 154 pages | ISBN 9781496928672
E-Book | 154 pages | ISBN 9781496928665
Available at Amazon and Barnes & Noble

About the Author
Kris Oanes is a common, blue-collar man who has an imagination that has led him down a path that enables him to connect science and the history of earth and make sense out of it. “The Wool Pulled Over” is his first published book

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