SEED - Book Two [NOOK Book]

Overview

Jeremy Nash arrives home after a harrowing trip by plane across the Atlantic in terrible weather to find a Hopi Indian maiden waiting for him at his sister’s house. She tells them she has something for the eldest son of his father that will prove his parents were murdered – and lead him to who killed them. She gives him an invoice for a Kachina doll order with strange code words on it that leads to a series of clues to the 2012 End Times Hopi predictions – and the secret organization that murdered his parents for...
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SEED - Book Two

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Overview

Jeremy Nash arrives home after a harrowing trip by plane across the Atlantic in terrible weather to find a Hopi Indian maiden waiting for him at his sister’s house. She tells them she has something for the eldest son of his father that will prove his parents were murdered – and lead him to who killed them. She gives him an invoice for a Kachina doll order with strange code words on it that leads to a series of clues to the 2012 End Times Hopi predictions – and the secret organization that murdered his parents for what they discovered.
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Charles Weinblatt
“Frank Fiore excels with character development and with fast-moving, powerful fiction. The reader quickly becomes attached to well-developed, charismatic heroes. Fiore’s writing style is structured, cogent and evocative. His protagonists and primary characters are entertaining, well developed and delivered with expressive dialog. They induce depth and fervor for the reader. His books are swift, persuasive and very difficult to put down. Not only is Fiore a talented and descriptive
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Product Details

  • BN ID: 2940015126204
  • Publisher: Frank Fiore
  • Publication date: 8/13/2012
  • Series: Chronicles of Jermey Nash , #2
  • Sold by: Barnes & Noble
  • Format: eBook
  • File size: 999 KB

Meet the Author

Frank Fiore is a bestselling author with more than 50,000 copies of his non-fiction books in print. He has now turned his talents to writing fiction.

Frank has also written “To Christopher” that, under the guise of a book to his young son, leads the reader through social commentary, personal experience and entertaining stories that take the reader on a thoughtful journey through the challenges and opportunities that face the next generation. Frank’s writing experience also includes guest columns on social commentary and future trends published in the Arizona Republic and the Tribune papers in the metro Phoenix area. Through his writings, he has shown an ability to explain in a simplified manner, complex issues and trends.

During his college years, he founded, wrote and edited the New Times newspaper, now a multi-state operation, which recently purchased The Village Voice. Frank’s interests in future patterns and trends range over many years and numerous projects. He co-wrote the Terran Project, a self-published book on community futures design processes, and worked as a researcher for Alvin Toffler on a series of high school texts on the future. He has designed and taught courses and seminars on the future of society, technology and business and was appointed by the Mayor of Phoenix to serve on the Phoenix Futures Forum as co-chairperson; serving on several vital committees.

Frank has a B.A. in Liberal Arts and General Systems Theory from Stockton State College and a Masters Degree in Education at the University of Phoenix. He and his wife of 30 years have one son. They live in Paradise Valley, AZ.
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  • Anonymous

    Posted November 27, 2012

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    The story was OK. A lot of action and adventure that seemed rather juvenile except for tons of death and destruction. The main character just wasn't very likable to me. He was a professional skeptic who was also annoyingly arrogant about anyone who believed in anything that he didn't. Even Indiana Jones learned to believe that there are just some things out there that can't be rationally explained, but are still real. Jeremy Nash just doesn't cut it.

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