2012

2012

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by Gregory Bernard Banks
     
 
It's December 21, 2012. The President of the United States has just gone on the air to inform the world that in three hours time, the world will end, and there is nothing he can do about it. And then he and all the world leaders walk away and leave the people to fend for themselves.

What would you do?

Based on a story by Tom Townsend, and soon to become a

Overview

It's December 21, 2012. The President of the United States has just gone on the air to inform the world that in three hours time, the world will end, and there is nothing he can do about it. And then he and all the world leaders walk away and leave the people to fend for themselves.

What would you do?

Based on a story by Tom Townsend, and soon to become a motion picture from Inner Glow Pictures, 2012: Seeking Closure is the story of a world gone mad in a time of chaos, of disaster and destruction and people desperate to seek closure while the society goes mad.

To learn more about the upcoming film, visit:

www.seekingclosurethemovie.com

Product Details

ISBN-13:
9780982436103
Publisher:
WheelMan Press
Publication date:
04/28/2009
Pages:
192
Product dimensions:
5.50(w) x 8.50(h) x 0.44(d)
Age Range:
17 Years

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2012 4.5 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 8 reviews.
Dave21 More than 1 year ago
This is a fast paced edge of your seat book. Its thought provoking,scary and one heck of a ride through three hours left on this planet! Highly recommend!
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
Gregory Bernard Banks' 2012: SEEKING CLOSURE is a very fast paced read, and difficult to put down. It tackles a disturbing question - what would you do if the President announced that the world would end in 3 hours....and there was nothing - nothing that could be done? I found the chapters to be well-written and the characters interesting. Banks' descriptions made me feel for many of the characters and sympathize with their stories. I didn't just ask myself what I would do with my last 3 hours....I wondered what I would do if I was in these characters' places in their last 3 hours. I don't want to call this book a fluffy read, as it is deeper than that. But it is extremely fast paced and difficult to put down. Well done, Mr. Banks! J.R. Reardon author, CONFIDENTIAL COMMUNICATIONS
swordgod More than 1 year ago
What would you do if you only had 3 hours to live? Would you spend it with your loved ones? Or would you spend your last few hours alive seeking self-gratification? This is the situation faced by every human in the world in Greg Bank's 2012: Seeking Closure. This doomsday novel explores the primal nature of the human race when faced with its final annihilation. 2012: Seeking Closure is an intimate portrait of a motley cast of very flawed characters who share little in common except that they must all decide how they will end their lives. With their doom quickly approaching, they must wrestle with their inner demons in order to come to terms with their often dark and tortured pasts. Decisions are made within these final 3 hours of their lives which will test the resolve of these characters and lead them to their ultimate fates. This is a fast-paced and captivating book that holds the reader in suspense as the doomsday clock winds down to zero. If you are looking for a tense and gripping read, look no further than this book. Highly recommended.
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OneFlooredReader More than 1 year ago
Excellent timely topic considering our economoy in the US, even globally is in shambles, with no real solution from the "Chosen One". People are depressed and are mad as hell at the government for screwing us over! He has effectivley given the crooks the stimulus bail-out money off of the taxpayers backs and kept the same crooks in charge of these immoral, greedy companies. This book shows us that government really doesn't care about us, they just want our taxpayer dollars to fund their every whim and if things don't work out they want us to keep silent. I fear that this scenario is not too far fetched in our present circumstances in the world. We should be ashamed of ourselves for letting things get this far out of hand. Our politicians work for special interests not the folks in their home districts. We are pretty dispicable and will pay for all we have robbed from other peoples and the planet we inhabit.