The One Book of Etretat, Part Three of Four

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In Book Three, the world is in chaos. A pandemic disease is killing all children. Countries are demanding Sirenne's immortality cure. He is trying to find the One Book to stop the coming Armageddon. More
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Words: 102,270
Language: Canadian English
ISBN: 9780988058231
About Matt Chatelain

Born in Ottawa, fifty-two years ago, I have been the owner of a used bookstore I opened in Ontario, since 1990. I have been writing since I was ten. Beginning with poetry, I quickly moved on to short stories and non-fiction pieces. I stayed in that format for many years, eventually self-publishing a franchise manual, as well as a variety of booklets.
Having semi-retired from the bookstore, I embarked on the project of writing my first serious novel, which I expanded to a four-book series after discovering an incredible mystery hidden within a French author's books.
My interests are eclectic. I like Quantum Physics,Cosmology, history, archaeology, science in general, mechanics, free power, recycling and re-use. I'm a good handyman and can usually fix just about anything. I'm good with computers. I love movies, both good and bad, preferring action and war movies. I can draw and paint fairly well but am so obsessed with perspective and light that I cannot think of much else. I am too detail-oriented.
I have been around books all my life. In my mid-forties, I decided to focus on writing as my future job. It took me five years to learn the trade. Now I know how fast I can write and how to develop my story and characters. I always wage an internal war to decide if my next story is going to be a mild mystery or a big stake epic. So far the big stakes are winning

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Reviews

Review by: JORDAN MAHLE on Sep. 16, 2013 :
I found this book series on the Family e Reader and have
not been able to put it down. This whole series has been extremely well written and has you waiting anxiously for the next book...
(review of free book)

Review by: ade on Dec. 27, 2012 :
reading this series of books was most enjoyable especially with the apocalypse supposedly about to descend upon us.
The characters were well crafted so you werequickly drawn in.
All in all a jolly good read
(reviewed within a month of purchase)

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