Bright Night Past Yesterday: Book One of Forever Tomorrow, Volume One of The Book of Tomorrows

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In 2190, a New America celebrates its first centennial, marking the time when a wandering rogue turned into a Prophet Warrior rebuilt the battle-scarred country on principles he found in the pages of The Book of Tomorrows, but a hereditary link to a young couple reveals a dark conspiracy that forces them on a fateful journey through the past to save their future tomorrow. More
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About Alexander Ulysses Thor

A Message from Alexander Ulysses Thor: The Book of Tomorrows EBooks on this site will be available FOR FREE until I finish writing my epic trilogy, which has taken me much longer than I intended. I am presently working on Volume Three: The Prophet Warrior and expect to finish it soon, so I can complete Volume One, Part Three: Evening Dawn Future Tomorrow.
Growing up in a small town in New Jersey, Alexander Ulysses Thor developed a strong thirst for knowledge at an early age. He moved to California at the turn of the century to chase down his dreams of Hollywood stardom with a screenplay contract offer for $200,000.00 he couldn’t refuse. Finding himself frustrated with the vagaries of Tinsel Town gamesmanship, Alexander went back to his first love of writing novels. After experiencing an epiphany of purpose, Alexander finally realized his reason for being. He was born to use the awesome power of the Written Word found in the pages of A Good Story to expose the Hypocrisy of Truth spreading out from living in a Disinformation Age. Born in the early Sixties, Alexander has witnessed the most progressive decades of change since the Industrial Revolution modernized the world with mechanical wonders. It gives him a unique perspective and the proper mindset to take on such an ambitious, potentially controversial project as The Book of Tomorrows.

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Review by: Lari Grey-Bear on Sep. 15, 2013 :
Interesting twists with a good story line. Enjoyed very much!
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