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Man from Tomorrow: The Fate of the World Lies in the Hands of the Village Idiot Oliver Sudden

Man from Tomorrow: The Fate of the World Lies in the Hands of the Village Idiot

Oliver Sudden

Published January 4th 2010
ISBN : 9781441525048
Paperback
790 pages
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 About the Book 

It came down to this, he didnt know his name, or what he looked like until he looked at the stranger in the mirror of the restroom, and then he still didnt know. He soon adopts a bogus name, Coby Clinton...(and that first name is not aMoreIt came down to this, he didnt know his name, or what he looked like until he looked at the stranger in the mirror of the restroom, and then he still didnt know. He soon adopts a bogus name, Coby Clinton...(and that first name is not a typo)...thats the name he chooses. Dont ask why, just read the book. The storyline is crisp and fast, with many characters who enter in...people you care about, and some you perhaps wish were not allowed in. Even the nasty ones serve a purpose...and with the blended humor, mysteries, and events of inspiration, there is room for romance and friendship. Its like a good movie where you know at some point that you care about not only the people, but also the direction of the plot. This is the second book by the author...a prequel to The Rebels...the good news is that it stands on its own from the start, and the reader does not have to be familiar with that storyline- even if the Rebels were read later, it would not matter. There is only one character from the first book woven into this tale. The strength of the story is in the revelation and evolution of its characters, its humor, suspense, action and its infatuation with loving the five leading characters, and hoping they will somehow interact. The endings of the books I personally like, leave me smiling. I programmed this book to do that.