The Key to Humanity

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Mahel, an agent of the advanced civilization responsible for creating the Human experiment and living among humans for over three hundred years, must face the challenges of protecting humanity as the closely guarded knowledge of the experiment becomes known to the enemies of the Varanian Empire and the Key to Humanity could be unleashed on the unsuspecting peoples of Earth. More

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About Royce Sears

Born in the heart of West Virginia, Royce dreamed of becoming a writer throughout his younger years and was always an avid reader. Starting out with an old, and often temperamental typewriter, he wrote poems and stories that helped to develop his young imagination. A kind-hearted teacher in Junior High School took his first "manuscript" home for the summer and painstakingly read through pages and pages of violent, poorly written L. Sprague de Camp-esque combat scenes. She returned it the following school year with the classic red marks, suggestions, and encouragement that fueled his desire to write. (I still edit with a red pen, just to experience the nostalgia of that first "manuscript") A word processor, a gift from his grandparents, became the source of many tall tales which unfortunately never left the realm of the 3.5 inch floppy disks. Those tales, and the disks they were stored upon, faded into the digital oblivion of lost ideas.

He later joined the Navy, serving on the USS Belknap (CG-26), the USS Mississippi (CGN-40) and at Portsmouth Naval Hospital. After a brief career in sales, he went back to school at Marshall University, and is now a Registered Nurse in Charleston, WV at one of the largest hospital systems in the region. He attended and graduated from Saint Mary's School of Nursing and Marshall University.

Royce lives near Charleston, WV with his wife Carolyn, and their menagerie of fur babies.

More about Royce is available on his website.

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Review by: Jgrubb on Oct. 25, 2015 : (no rating)
This was a great read! A very believable story that made me feel as if I was apart of it. I highly recommend this book to everyone! I feel the author put apart of himself into this book. Looking forward to many more great stories.
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Review by: Helen Druett on Sep. 27, 2015 :
Thank you. A believable story which I enjoyed greatly. It would be great if a series could be created from this. I have just downloaded 'Bad Neighbors' and will review on completion.
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Review by: carsears81 on July 31, 2015 :
Great read, I felt like I was part of the story, great character development.
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