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A man fades in and out of sight standing right next to people. They can hear his voice but can't see him. His wife is so terrified by it she tells him to never come back. He must struggle to avoid being nabbed by police, so he can solve this mysterious phenomenon before he is dissected to see what makes him tick. But that's the least of his problems.

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About JDeWayne Pierce

I write about a future with endless wonders and fantastic technologies. Places where fulfilling lives are ahead for anyone brave enough to dream of greater things to come.
I wrote my first short story, that was not a homework assignment, at the age of 10. Most likely it was the result of growing up as a "Base Brat" courtesy of the USAF. I always had a different outlook on things.
I have lived in the following States of the USA: VA, TN, MT, MS, IL, TX and have visited about 35 or so of the other States. I have also lived in Okinawa, Kuwait, Vietnam, Puerto Rico, Cuba and Saudi Arabia.
My most memorable vocations have been; US Marine, Radiochemist and Chemistry Shift Supervisor.
My hobbies are also quite diverse; Amateur Astronomy, Astrophotography, Philately, Numismatics and Amateur Philosophy (I say what I think).
I live with my wife Patricia, and my imaginary time machine in Rock Spring, Georgia.
Look for my second novel Earth Steps Forth-Power of the Cross early 2018.

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Review by: Herb Reed on Oct. 5, 2013 :
Loved this read. As I was reading it I thought about me in such a situation. I was there participating with the group and when the people turned around to look at something else, I was gone from their sight, yet present but invisible. I've had those thoughts growing up. Great Read. I have it archived in my library to read again.
(reviewed 5 days after purchase)
Review by: Pamela Cummins on Sep. 14, 2013 :
An awesome story! It was like something out of the Twilight Zone. :)
(reviewed the day of purchase)
Review by: S. J. Qualls on Sep. 3, 2013 :
Surprising little story, loved the end. Could have been a little longer, but it was a great pick-me-up for a rough day.
(reviewed the day of purchase)
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