ASHEBORO, N.C. (PRWEB) February 09, 2021
Wilton Manley Councilman, a Navy veteran and 41-year employee of Eveready Battery-Energizer, has completed his new book “Slave Fuel: The Beginning”: a gripping and potent tale of a man proving his alien abduction by replicating the “Slave Fuel” he made while enslaved.
Published by Page Publishing, Wilton Manley Councilman’s captivating tale follows the narrator as he goes fishing with a friend one morning. On this routine fishing trip, the narrator is abducted by menacing aliens. While in the custody of his alien captors, the narrator is forced to work in the production of a new fuel source, created using seaweed.
After twenty years of captivity, the narrator’s memory is erased, and he is returned to his life. However, he has not physically aged a day, shocking his family and friends who had assumed he died twenty years earlier. When the narrator’s memory is restored through a freak stun gun incident, he remembers where he was for twenty years and the formula for the fuel he created while in captivity. To prove his story, he replicates the formula for the so-called “Slave Fuel” and begins to mass-produce it, challenging the insidious forces of “big oil” and starting a successful environmentally friendly fuel business in his small community.
Readers who wish to experience this mesmerizing work can purchase “Slave Fuel: The Beginning” at bookstores everywhere, or online at the Apple iTunes Store, Amazon, Google Play, or Barnes and Noble.
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About Page Publishing:
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