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Book Title: The Last President|
The author of the book: Steven Orlowski
Date of issue: September 21st 2016
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Format files: PDF
The size of the: 958 KB
Edition: SO What? Publishing
Read full description of the books The Last President:Word from the outside is inconsistent. We have short radio reception from around the globe but there is a lot of propaganda clogging the airwaves. Things are better elsewhere, in countries that were once subservient to the former United States of America. As much as we try to appreciate how good we have it at the compound, we all live with the knowledge that our safety and comfort may be temporary.
We could live here indefinitely. We have the resources; an extremely deep well with an unlimited supply of fresh water. Years worth of food; dried, canned, frozen. Even for forty two people. We have weapons, gold, silver, ammunition, knives. You name it. We just know they will come for us eventually. When they are ready. At their liking. Then we’ll need to be ready to fight, maybe to the death.
We are alone out here. Our country is gone, our leaders treasonous cowards who will never see American justice. Those political leaders left in place are mere figureheads, puppets to the new regime; men and women who’ve sold their souls for survival.
It didn’t have to be this way. It was quite predictable. But as with much of human experience hindsight is twenty-twenty. Who now doesn’t think they saw it coming yet did nothing?
We thought we were prepared. We expected life to become hellish. Martial Law? Ready. Gross impoverishment? Check. Mass chaos, domestic terrorism, civil war? Roger that.
But it was worse than that.
Stupidity is one thing, but generational stupidity, involving the “best” minds, our most revered politicians and leaders, those with the American Dream at heart?
This was not stupidity. This was no New World Order. This was an inside job.
Read information about the authorGreetings All.
My friends call me Steve O. Though some call me other less flattering things. Feel free either way.
I pay the bills as a freelance writer and editor, mostly investing and personal finance topics, and am a Certified Financial Planner.
Of course, my goal is to make a living as a novelist.
I have three published books: a novel, "Pilgrimage: ARRIVAL", a novella, "180 Days", and a short story, "Alcohol is Good for Me:
"Pilgrimage: ARRIVAL" is a work of speculative fiction about a father/daughter team of physicist/paranormal investigator's who attempt to debunk claims of an alien abduction.
The purported victim and his friends are drawn into an otherworldly ritual in the New Mexico desert and are joined by a priest, a trailer park bum who used to be a famous internet millionaire and the debunking duo of Dr.'s Jonathan and Julia Shipmate.
It's a thought provoking, fun and fast paced book with interesting characters. And it's the first in a series of at least three planned novels, and perhaps more.
"180 Days" is about a man in his thirties who, after a routine physical, is told he has six months to live.
With a wife and two young children to consider, he has to choose among treatments methods and how he wants to spend his final days: fighting the disease or relenting to his fate while making the most of the time he has left.
He decides to do both: fight and spend every possible quality moment with his wife and kids.
But as time passes, he begins to wonder if he's really sick at all. And even if he is, maybe there's something to the "mind/body" connection he reads about.
And what about the placebo effect, and it's more nefarious sibling, the "nocebo effect".
What if the doctors are wrong?
Finally, "Alcohol is Good for Me" is about a young man, a college student, who is convinced that alcohol is making his life better, in all aspects, despite what his friends, family, and eventually, the law and his doctors say.
I wrote it is in college, a long time ago, but have always been fond of it.
I updated it a bit. And it's really short. I hope you enjoy it.
Thanks for reading.
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