Your Consciousness is an Alien

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What if whatever you know as history is just an illusion?
Homo sapiens were merely evolving into something new? What if on the inside we are all alien?The invasion completed in the midst of WWII. Homo Avatarius now rules the Earth. More
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About J.T. Alblood

-Your name?
JT Alblood

-Tell us something unexpected about yourself!
In order to keep realism, I am trying to write my books by making stories of my memories on reincarnation periods.

-What kind of books do you write?
Speculative dark sci-fi, historical mystery suspense

What inspired you to write?
I usually write through the inspirations on my previous lives and interesting era-events during my reincarnation process.

-What makes your writing stand out from the crowd?
The way of my storytelling, fiction of my book, and the subject of my book are all extremely different from all the previous literatures. Written by using anamorphous method (which was used for the first time in this book along the whole history of literature), this novel tells its own story on each chapter, and when stepped away it creates a totally different view.

-What is the hardest part of writing - for you?
My biggest struggle is uncertainty of my readers’ tolerance level on differentiate and continuing to write by guessing on that.

-Where do you like to write - what is your routine?
I first write in my mind. I build up the story by retelling myself over and over again. Rest is just like receiving a paper from printer.

-What do you do when you are not writing - do you have a day job?
When I am not writing, I live what I will write.

-What advice would you have for other writers?
Write what you want to read.

-What's your next step?
Adding a new circle to my reincarnation.

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Reviews of Your Consciousness is an Alien by J.T. Alblood

Sabrina Massey reviewed on Jan. 8, 2016

An Intellectual Treat for the Scifi lover in all of us...anything is possible in books...

I adore a book that can challenge me, make no mistake I love an easy read too. The author of this novel is clearly on a different plane of thought than the majority. The concepts of the novel are complex, twisted and challenging - most people would struggle with understanding it, at least this is my summation.

I particularly liked the way the consciousness was explained of the blackness, which we know as the Bubonic Plague, or the Black Death. I liked the aggressiveness of it, as well as the nature of it, as horrible as it may be, it isn't every day that you get to pretend to know what a virus or airborne illness might "think". I love a writer who challenges me on many levels, it's invigorating. I won't pretend some portions of this narrative didn't turn my stomach here and there, because it did. But there is a thought process I would compare it to; those of us that live a straight laced life, wondering how it is to be someone who lives on the fringes and still seemingly does fine - to be able to walk that deviant path without danger of consequences; our reward, just a higher plane of understanding, well, it's remarkable - as well as immensely entertaining.

The title of the book was intriguing and by the first few pages, I was deeply intrigued by the style of writing, it reminded me much of trilogies that save the beginning for the last part of the storyline. The interesting thing about books of this nature, is that I have issues with comprehension. At times, I have to re-read a page multiple times to understand a concept, which I did as well with this book. Ironically it has become a bit of a litmus test, if I comprehend on first read, and that's how an entire book goes, I typically decide it's simple, and while easy, I typically don't gain A LOT from those books. That's not to say I don't learn something, it's just not nearly as much as those that take me a bit to get through and understand.

I would recommend this book to most of my friends, this reads like a time hop with the Doctor, it's fun and intelligent and challenging to our preconceived notions about life, and what the "pursuit of happiness" should be. I look forward to reading more from this author, my read of this book could only have been better if I could have read it non stop for a few days, rather than with that annoying interruption called "work".
(reviewed the day of purchase)
Sarah Olson reviewed on Jan. 6, 2016

I'm still speechless from the story, but I feel the need to share my review anyhow. This book was a rollercoaster of a read. A sci-fi themed read, I personally thought of a psychological thriller of sorts as well. My favorite part of the book was Oktay, and the truth of his situation. It curled me inside out when I read his wife's (Elif's) account of the same events. I really enjoyed how the story came full circle at the end. I couldn't stop turning the pages!

I recommend to anyone who wants to read a book that they can submerse themselves in.
(reviewed the day of purchase)
catherine coleman reviewed on Jan. 6, 2016

Save the Last Bullet for God by J.T. Alblood is one of the most intriguing books I have read, the book cover and title grabbed my attention and I couldn't help but to stick with it to the end. It's a great book i really enjoyed reading cause am always interested in literature,Science Fiction and action books about aliens, spaceships, occult societies and life in ways one can not imagine, one of the best part is the romance story that flows so easily into the adventure side of the book. The book is well written with clear and direct descriptions giving an imaginary situation to the world the writer created in the book.The author is a great writer and i look forward to reading other books.
(reviewed the day of purchase)
Kellie444 reviewed on Dec. 27, 2015

Loved the characters in this book. Very well developed they they seem like they have been in your life the whole time, like old friends. Love how it started out with the soon to be doctor questioning the diagnosis of a patient. He knew something was wrong and the fight and he had for that patient was touching. He knew he needed to further investigate and learning who was involved as the leader. It's a book that keeps you thinking and wanting to know what happens next.
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Nadia Gerassimenko reviewed on Dec. 25, 2015

Save the Last Bullet for God delves into interwoven dancing between scientific facts and the occult in a new, refreshing light. Including the future influencing past events and affecting people that may not be directly connected to one another at first. Or the way humans are today being shaped by natural and man-made selection. Even secret codes in ancient civilizations’ scriptures holding the key to the life in outer space. And somehow all that impacts our consciousness—its existence and its alienness. This exceptional and compelling trilogy is a highly recommended read for history buffs who delight in mysticism and alternative realities on the side.

For more details, please refer to my reviews about each individual book from the trilogy.
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RockinReader reviewed on Dec. 25, 2015

This book left me speechless and had my mind in a whirl. It is different from any other I have read and totally captivating. It is a mix of suspense, aliens, powers that are unseen, love, and the list goes on. I was constantly guessing what would happen next and was always shocked and surprised. The title grabbed my attention, and I really did not know what to expect. But I was pleasantly surprised from the start and once I started reading it I was locked into it and could not stop. The characters are so strong and defined and I felt as if I knew each one of them. It all felt so real and the emotions flooded through me. The details and descriptions are outstanding and sent me right into the story and for me that is the sign of a great book. It has a wonderful flow and is easy to read and get lost in. I really hated for it to end. This is my first encounter with this author but most certainly will not be my last. J.T. Alblood is brilliant and has such a raw imagination that I am truly hooked now. This is one of the most intriguing books I have read and one of my favorites and I thoroughly enjoyed it from start to finish. I am an avid reader of all genres and I love when a book shakes me to the core like this one has. It is a must read for everyone who loves chilling and thrilling mysteries. I want more!
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Feroz Tarafder reviewed on Dec. 19, 2015

Really awesome book.There is complete picture of the Kafkaesque bafflement that's explained but not displayed by a late reveal that readers will likely want.Truly it is one of the complex but great novel that I have read ever.I am really glad to read it.The book describe love at first sight, deception, hope, the ancient Sumerians, Sigmund Freud, revenge, the Occult, Aliens and a plan. The book is full of twist. Everyone must read this twist.
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Conroy042 reviewed on Dec. 17, 2015

I Enjoyed the book from the start to the end. There was sentiment, enterprise of encountering distinctive courses of events and Heck I even got a look into the psyche of an infection! There was additionally some sci-fi as spaceships and Aliens.It is one of the best Speculative Science Fiction stories ever i read. I love this book.
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Samuel Aiden reviewed on Dec. 3, 2015

I don't read a lot of books now a days. But something pulled me to read this book and I am glad to read it. What an outstanding story! Enjoyed the book from the start to the end. Theories about different particulars really fits in. Don't miss it !!
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Michelle Perry reviewed on Nov. 24, 2015

This book was an interesting read to say the least. The book opens on a series of vignettes in time centered around Wilhelm Reich, a psychoanalyst practicing in mid 1930’s Germany. Once the story begins a patient of his tells him about a group of people who are dedicated to the belief that they are in contact with aliens. When he finds that the leader of this group is a woman from his past, he is moved to investigate further. The reader is then transported on a page burning tour through history, meeting a vivid supporting cast as the tale is told through the perspectives of an eclectic group of characters, including a radiologist from Istanbul, the son of Genghis Khan, an alien AI and even a disease.

There is nothing formulaic about this story. At first it seems a series of compelling, yet barely connected stories set in disparate time frames. Though at times I didn’t understand where it possibly could be going, the stories were memorizing enough to keep me hanging on long enough to find out how they all fit together and it was worth it. This book isn’t for everyone. There is a fair amount of math and science, even pseudo-science, in its pages and a Netflix understanding of quantum physics definitely would be helpful, but the story that drives the conclusion is a strong one and I am glad to have read it.
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