Its the fall of 1959 on the campus of UC Berkeley. Times are a'changing and there is a cold wind blowing in from the North. A small group of college kids, led by a mysterious dark figure begin planting the seeds of discontent in a world ripe and ready for change. Its the winter of 2003. A young reporter named Daniel Graham hears the last choking words of his dying father-iIts the fall of 1959 on the campus of UC Berkeley. Times are a'changing and there is a cold wind blowing in from the North. A small group of college kids, led by a mysterious dark figure begin planting the seeds of discontent in a world ripe and ready for change. Its the winter of 2003. A young reporter named Daniel Graham hears the last choking words of his dying father-in-law. Those words, that confession, take Graham on a hunt to unlock the greatest mystery of our time. Can Graham unlock that mystery and stop the NEW WORLD ORDER's plot, before the "GREAT TRANSITION"? Or will time run out for him... and for us?...
|Title||:||1134: The Infiltration of Eden|
|Number of Pages||:||392 Pages|
|Status||:||Available For Download|
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1134: The Infiltration of Eden Reviews
My thanks to the Author, Publisher, and Goodreads for sending this free novel to read and review.I tried to locate a direct message link to the Author, Walter W. Stein, because I wanted to ask if this copy I received was an uncorrected volume containing a number of quite glaring and very noticeable non-edited spelling and obvious structure-able errors. But, since I am unable to contact the Author and I am to assume that the errors may have been 'caught' before the manuscript for 1134 went to Press.Currently I am a little over half way through.Once I do finish I will comment on the actual story and the pace it takes the reader. Then a majority of the errors I found throughout the novel will be listed.Well...I did like the storyline. One got to like the characters (and of course, dislike the bad guys).I found too many faults within the writing structure and did keep track of the errors as I read the entire book. Mr. Stein may contact me if curious as to which pages they occur on. If I was sent an uncorrected copy then this was the reason I was able to pick out dozens of either writing or spelling errors throughout. Sections where too many commas and sentences where a comma could had been placed. Simple hyphens when an Em-dash should had been used. Mixing of different Typefaces (and BOLD capital wording). I'm sorry to say that if this is the Author's particular writing style, then it does still needs a bit of work. In other words: this novel was not properly 'Edited' and should had gone back to the Author for another re-write before even considering it going to Press. If you can get through not noticing the structural flaws then by all means do read, yet it is for the reasons listed above that I refuse to give this any higher of a marking than what is already posted.Too much trying to write Russian accent. Looked too silly. Spoiled the flow of the story.Then there was what the character was thinking written as spoken dialogue with quotation marks. Should had been as what they were thinking in writing style of the third person — not the first person.The Story concludes with the possibility of another Novel. Suggestion: Please get yourself a better Editor.Good story. Just needs to be tweeked a tad bit more than the copy I viewed.The theme of a New World Order has been looming for many years and same with Talk Radio (aka Alex Jones). The originality is the 'Book'.I say no more, though I did like the concept of the Book and the mysterious Coffee Table. Folks will have to read this novel to find out for themselves what those two items mean to the whole story.