Two exciting book releases will captivate readers who will find the stories compelling and not want to put them down. ‘Disclosure: The Future is Now’ will have a double appeal to readers.The fascinating science fiction story will engage the reader and provoke visions of how life on Earth could change in the future. The book also has a section documenting current and past UFO sightings, alleged alien abductions and various paranormal phenomena. ‘Release from Stasis: The Future is Now’ is a sequel and follows the story in the previous book to an ultimate conclusion. Further information on the two books is given below. The author sends his personal invitation to you to read the details that follow, get copies for yourself and tell your friends. Please read on.
Anyone interested in the science fiction genre will find ‘Disclosure: The Future is Now’ both interesting and ‘thought-provoking’. It is written in an easy-to-read style and is appropriate for an adult market of any age. The story relates to time travel and involves the appearance of an unknown entity from a future hostile planet Earth. The intriguing story will captivate the reader and immerse him or her in the unusual life experiences of Kevin Powell and his dilemma to choose between saving the future of mankind and the well-being of his daughter Amy who he loves dearly. Who will Kevin choose to save? What would you do?
Although a work of fiction, the final section of ‘Disclosure: The Future is Now’ documents a comprehensive, interesting and enlightening review of the history of UFO sightings, alien abductions, secret military bases, alleged government ‘black ops’ and conspiracy theories which put the story into context. This absorbing part of the book will provide an informative and fascinating read both to readers without any knowledge of these subject areas and also to individuals and UFO/paranormal organisations already having specialist knowledge.
‘Release from Stasis: The Future is Now’ is set in the distant future. Planet Earth is a much altered place in which the sun has aged. The expanded dull red sun is bombarding the Earth with deadly solar particles. John Powell is the last surviving human and is battling to save mankind from extinction by abducting humans from the past and genetically engineering them to survive in the harsh environment. John’s aim is to repopulate the Earth as part of a Great Plan for survival. However, an unprecedented violent solar eruption kills his experimental subjects and he has to abandon the Earth with his family and a few other survivors. John and his family are maintained in a healthy state in stasis vats and survive a long space voyage. The other humans aboard the spacecraft procreate during a multi-generational journey. When he is finally released from stasis still aboard the spacecraft, John and his family are shocked to discover that the other human occupants have formed two astral religions, the Muons and the Pions. The two groups are socially divided and at war. The spacecraft continues on its journey and lands on a habitable planet leaving the Muons and Pions to sort out their own destiny. Escaping from the turmoil, John and his family utilise a time portal device to return to Earth and start over. John’s daughter-in-law Jane finally gets to meet her genetically engineered daughter Amy she has not seen since birth. What shock awaits her?
4 out of 5 stars
John is the last scientist left on planet earth, which now orbits a dying sun that is no longer yellow, but red and pounding the earth periodically with lethal doses of radiation. John is the last one left. He has two options, carry out the Great Plan or flee the planet in search of another more hospitable one to start anew. John lives in an age hundreds of generations in the future, where humanity's features have evolved and changed. He has been tasked with the Great Plan, to use the advanced knowledge his time possesses and his time portal device to travel back to old earth and bring back humans from the past and try to genetically engineer them to be able to survive on earth and withstand the old sun's detrimental effects. Humankind's brain capacity has increased tremendously, but they have mostly discarded feelings and emotion, so John uses and discards them in his experiments, in pursuit of a viable model to repopulate the earth. However, as he brings back those from the past and takes a wife to start a family of his own, he finds that he is starting to develop feelings and a conscience. He finds himself reevaluating his cold, clinical acts and experiments, and questioning what it means to be human. He has developed the ability to use mind control on his genetically altered humans, but decides to let them have some freedom, should he be forced to flee to another planet with them. Release from Stasis follows John's meticulous preparations to follow through with the Great Plan. He is cold and calculating and whether his human "experiments" live or die matters not to him, except to achieve his ends. It is definitely a thinking person's novel- not one to consider a thriller with lots of action. It does have some twists at the end, and is undeniably well researched, and makes you ponder some existential questions. . .what if aliens were actually future humans travelling back in time to visit us? What are the qualities that make humanity worth saving as a species? If we lose our empathy and compassion, forsaking it in the pursuit of knowledge, can we still call ourselves human? Is humanity destined to destroy ourselves by dividing into meaningless factions, even when our world itself is threatened? I liked this novel. It isn't light reading, and the scientific explanations aren't for everyone, but it made me think about my humanity as I was reading it, and that made it well worth it.
by Greg Del Mar
About the Author
Dr Graham Clingbine has BSc and MSc degrees from the University of London in the areas of Biological Science and Neurobiology. His award of PhD followed a research programme on the memory mechanisms of the brain. Dr Clingbine spent a long career in education at schools and colleges before retiring from City & Islington College in North London from his post as Senior Lecturer and Course Manager of the Medical Access course.
Dr Clingbine has co-authored a number of paperback books related to model answers to biology examination questions. He has a keen interest and extensive research knowledge in the subject area of unidentified flying objects (UFOs) and related phenomena including alien abductions and possible secret governmental conspiracy theories which cover up cases of alien contact.
Dr Clingbine has a number of interests and hobbies but uppermost among these is fishing. He not only enjoys fishing the rivers, lakes and seas of his home country (the UK) but has ventured further afield to countries across Europe and the USA.