I have been a grease monkey and gas pumper in old time gas station; powder monkey: mine worker delivering dynamite to other miners; peach picker; radio location finding specialist in Air Force; radio tech for private industrial research; bookkeeper; CPA and Attorney. In real life I saw many interesting and some terrible things. This real life experience was enhanced by the "virtual reality" experiences gained with my imagination and novels. I have always loved novels, starting with comic books in the orphanage, lots of sci-fi in teens; plus Steinbeck, Twain, Dickens, Niven, Pohl, Faulkner, Dahl and a myriad of others. All of this experience was called upon and led me into writing this novel, which I hope is only the first. Reader comments, pro and con will help. Pro comments will help motivate me to continue while negative comments can show me where I can improve, also adding to my motivation.
Total silence may turn off whatever creative juices this old body has so please comment.
Greek Gods Return: Wealth Disparity Solution
by Henry Arthur
Archeologists signal Greek gods who return and are updated on status of humanity which they had feared would be extinct. Gods give three people super-powers; call dead people as witnesses in investigation of Yahweh. Meals fit for the gods are enjoyed. Battles between super-heros and soldiers and jets and destruction of all nuclear weapons by gods or "angels" is complete. Wealth disparity solved.
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Smashwords book reviews by Henry Arthur
on May 29, 2016
Well written, cover not the best - maybe. Very literate satire with the concepts very much the opposite of those following Trump. Title could possibly be "Trumpist party M..." or Tea Party Ma....as writer does not consider the Republican beliefs of our founders, Lincoln and President T.Roosevelt. see speech of latter made August 31,1910 avail. with a internet search. Also see quotes from it in Greek Gods Return:Wealth Disparity Solution. Maybe Mr. Kumar has given up the idea that voters will take their country back but I still hope.
It is very stimulating almost Swiftean, satire.One of best reads that I have had in a while.