Don Stallman retired at age 54, and set about writing an action packed story to read to his 7 year old son at bedtime every night. Twelve years and 3 books later, his son is 19, and will soon be reading the same stories to his children. Don's adventurous life, his extensive experience and love of people, both good and not so good, jumps off the page in his stories. The teenage hero, accidentally blessed with eternal life at age 16, reflects the writer's expansive, positive, and creative outlook on life. The end result is that the hero of the trilogy, Iqbal Smith, makes full use of his creativity and exceptional courage in the face of his lethal adversary, Van Demon, to do what he can to save the human race from extinction.
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The Kahn Prophesies-The Iqbal Smith Trilogy - Book One
by D.G. Stallman
Aided by a list of prophesies left to him by a mysterious friend, teenager Iqbal Smith’s astronomer father, Jock, discovers that the Earth is about to suffer the same fate as the dinosaurs millions of years before. Jock seeks the help of the most powerful man on the planet, the President of the USA, and together, they formulate a plan.
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