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Nutcracker: Travels Through an Alien Mind

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  • Sales Rank:826,239
  • Format:Kindle eBook
  • Language:English (Published)
  • Media:Kindle Edition
  • Pages:312
  • Publication Date:December 20, 2013
  • ASIN:B00FX8QYJ0


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An object in Tom Birkenwald’s neck suddenly explodes his brain with lucid dreams of another world. Aliens have trained him with knowledge of a future invasion—or have they, and when did this happen? His description of the far-away planet and its inhabitants is uncannily detailed. Tom, now retired, lives with his wife, Sandy, in a charming cottage on Lake Michigan. Sandy works in nearby fashionable Petoskey and rebuffs Tom’s foolish notions—people will think he’s gone mad. His best friend JJ, however, believes Tom and connects him with a persnickety old university scientist, Professor Freemont. Together they set out to uncover the stealth control of the object in his neck. Along the way, Toms encounters a local buffoon, Luke Dockwilder, with a similar experience and the fun begins. The screwball characters take Tom on a madcap romp to discover the truth, ending in an investigation of nursing home patients with similar dreams. Did Tom encounter an actual abduction, or is it a figment of an over-active imagination? He’s on a collision course with the past and future when two distant world cultures collide to save the Earth. If true, there is a deadly secret tied to this abduction and others that carries a warning for all generations to come.

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