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Book Title: The Day Everything Changed|
Date of issue: May 10th 2011
ISBN 13: 9781617926075
The author of the book: Charles F. Bond
Format files: PDF
The size of the: 32.23 MB
Edition: Charles F Bond
Read full description of the books The Day Everything Changed:Alec, a scientist fully advanced than his time, is hired to design a contraption that will turn off all electrical appliances. Unfortunately for him, he unwittingly signs his own death warrant during a telephone conversation, and is disposed of.
The ordanary man knows none of this, and must assume that the power outtage is only temperary and will resume in a day or so. Charlie being some 500 miles from his family, and having seen such devastation of fire, car crashes and people revoking in the streets, because of the power failure, must be certain that his family are OK. We join him and a group of others on an epic journey north, where to their dissmay they discover that the power failure is more widespread than they imagined.
The ultimate truth is that the world is changing to a more hot and humid place, However Alec got it wrong telling his hiree that the world is coming to an end. His hiree decides his best action against this is to leave the planet, in search of a new one. He must create a vast amount of cash, and comes up with a cunning plan to take away peoples access to their bank accounts and steal their money. Alec designs some spaceships for him, but unknowingly to Alec, his hiree fears that because Alec does not want to join the expedition, he will tell people of his hiree's treachery of taking away their electricity, and they will want to seek their revenge on him. So, he kills Alec.
Read information about the authorHello to all who venture here.
Charles Bond is a writer of fantasy short stories and novels and paranormal short stories.
Charles Bond was born in Basildon, Essex and lived in the little town of Stanford-le-Hope. At aged 9 he moved with his family to a farm in the north-east of Scotland.
Growing up he was often caught day-dreaming and would have to be yelled at to bring him back to the real world. Which worked for a short while, but the moment he was alone, back he would go to whatever had so captivated him earlier.
He's always been a writer. He wrote many wise words in letters to friends if he felt they needed his guidance. And any time he's left an area, he'd always maintain and relationship with someone through letters. Sadly, he reflects, the internet and social media changed all that and he admits to have fallen folly to new age and technology.
Has he grown up? Not yet, He's still living in other worlds, only now he writes about them.
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