An Abduction Revelation: The Comeback Kid Returns

Rated 4.00/5 based on 2 reviews
A unique blend of Total Recall and Close Encounters of the Third Kind.
Join 'The Kid' as he travels the globe to unravel the secrets behind his abductions, comes face to face with his abductors and discovers he is not who he thought he was. A highly unusual tale with exhilarating plot twists that will startle your reality and imagination. More

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Words: 54,050
Language: English
ISBN: 9781452559568
About Thomas L. Hay

Thomas L. Hay was raised in the Golden Valley of Clinton, Mo. Retired from American/TWA Airlines. US Navy 1961-65. He enjoys golfing, fishing, and singing Karaoke. Currently resides in Lake Waukomis, Mo. with lovely wife Karen, along with some hyperactive squirrels, too many irritating geese, and a few cranky old catfish.


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A story that explores an interesting mix between the paranormal and some true life events of the author. A blend of Total Recall with Close Encounters of the Third Kind.

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Review by: Theresa Smith on Oct. 01, 2015 :
Well first of all let me say that this is not my normal genre but lately I have been straying and reading just about everything. So yes this story is a lot different from my usual man and woman meet, fall in love and live happily ever after type of story. Let me state that I do NOT believe in aliens so to me this story definitely should be classified as fiction. But really I guess you will have to decide that issue for yourself.

Thomas Hay does a good job of telling you his life story and then tying it all in to this alien adbuction scenario that he believe is true now that his memory block has been removed.

I found the story quite far-fetched but if you read it in the spirit of just a good story instead of fact then you can get past that and really enjoy the writing.

I don't want to give the story away but it involves so many things that end up all being tied together. Hay is exceptionally good at Morse Code. His wife up and asks him for a divorce one day and says they were abducted by aliens. He marries an Arabian woman who disappears. He is visited by men from NASA and all kinds of crazy things happen. You better really pay attention or you will get confused.

His mind block is gone so he writes about his memoirs. Well, that I don't buy but I think he has a great imagination.

I actually enjoyed the story as long as I didn't get too serious about it. He references songs every chapter and I have never been into music but I recognized quite a few of them. I think that was a nice addition that took lots of thought.

At the end of the book there is a list of idioms. I also enjoyed that. I am sure that took a great deal of time to add that section just for your enjoyment.

Disclosure: I have a blog and was having a slow week so I offered to review a book for free. Thomas Hay contacted me and I accepted a free copy of his book in exchange for reviewing the book and giving my honest opinion. Now he actually said to me " Remember, I would appreciate an honest review. If you didn't like it, say so. I'm a big boy and appreciate honest reviews." How refreshing! [[ASIN:B009OMF7FS An Abduction Revelation: The Comeback Kid Returns]]
(reviewed within a month of purchase)

Review by: Laura Chastain on Feb. 20, 2013 : (no rating)
This book has it all! From down home old school happenings, to out of this world, over the top, Sci-fi craziness. I could not put it down, and finished it in about 4 hours. It really makes you think, and really makes you look deep into what you actually believe to be true. I found myself re-evaluating all my previous ideas and assumptions regarding abductions and even other aspects of life. I found myself doing more research on my own, finding more facts to support the case. Ultimately, it’s up to each individual to decide for themselves, but read this before you make up your mind.
(reviewed the day of purchase)

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