After a stint in the Navy, and a return to college where he later taught television production, John traveled the world for CBS, NBC, and CBC television news as a soundman / editor / cameraman. By the age of thirty-five he had been to a dozen areas of conflict and two famines, deported twice, “asked” to leave a third, and was jailed in two more before physical and mental wounds brought him to the principal character, a seer, in this story. He currently lives on an island off the coast of Vancouver, British Columbia, producing e-books and audio books.
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Stalking the Average Man: Fulfilling Prophecy
by John Axelson
In this trilogy (Stalking the Average Man, Stalking the Bridge of Reason, Stalking the Fifth Intercession), a mystic examines the minutiae of the end-of-times cycle of events, and its methodology. This story is told to a reluctant apprentice who regarded her words as an outrage to reason, and a blasphemy to religion, until they weren't.
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