Pyro-Vortex: Fire Tornado

Pyro-Vortex: Fire Tornado

by Scott Murray, Charity Bishop
     
 

It was a hot-weather whirlwind coursing across the upper plains. But unlike all the others, this one shifted course and veered into the shepherds' camp. The first hut it hit it destroyed, sucking-up the grass thatch roof and the cooking fire. The dried grass and other debris immediately burst into flames. It was an unfathomable occurrence. According to science,

Overview

It was a hot-weather whirlwind coursing across the upper plains. But unlike all the others, this one shifted course and veered into the shepherds' camp. The first hut it hit it destroyed, sucking-up the grass thatch roof and the cooking fire. The dried grass and other debris immediately burst into flames. It was an unfathomable occurrence. According to science, the Earth had not seen the likes of it for over 65 million years, not since the extinction of the last intelligent life on the planet. More recently, Satan wasn't able to get man to destroy himself through nuclear proliferation. Fear, Satan's only weapon against man, could have made him "push the button" during the Cold War. But he didn't. So to destroy mankind and interrupt God's plan, Satan made one last-ditch effort before the Rapture. It is fitting that in the American West they call hot-weather whirlwinds "Dust Devils."

This is the story of what could happen if a Pyro-Vortex was to occur...

Again.

Product Details

ISBN-13:
9781475254303
Publisher:
CreateSpace Publishing
Publication date:
01/18/2013
Pages:
142
Product dimensions:
5.25(w) x 8.00(h) x 0.30(d)

Meet the Author

Scott Murray got into driving professionally in the 70's. In the early 80's he had an opportunity to go to college, ultimately getting a Bachelor's of Science Degree from the University of Northern Colorado, Greeley, Colorado.

Later, in Ohio, working in an office environment did not suit him, so in October of 1990 he got back into driving. In 1995 he moved home to Greeley, Colorado where he currently resides.

Scott authored the Greeley Tribune's View From the Road articles for almost ten years, and writes for various magazines. His blog, "The Short Fat Truck Driver" can be found through any search engine.

He drives a fuel tanker as his primary occupation. When he's not doing that, he's tries to keep in touch with his children and grandchildren!

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