The Immortal Rocket Frog of Wallops Island [NOOK Book]

Overview

When Obama stood on the Western steps of the Capitol on September 21, 2013 and gave a great speech to all mankind, he asked one important question of man.

Will mankind ever answer that question?

When man went to the moon in 1969, he took something with him that wished to come back.

This is the de-classified story of what came back, 44 years later.

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The Immortal Rocket Frog of Wallops Island

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Overview

When Obama stood on the Western steps of the Capitol on September 21, 2013 and gave a great speech to all mankind, he asked one important question of man.

Will mankind ever answer that question?

When man went to the moon in 1969, he took something with him that wished to come back.

This is the de-classified story of what came back, 44 years later.

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Product Details

  • BN ID: 2940045343084
  • Publisher: Christopher F. Mills
  • Publication date: 10/7/2013
  • Sold by: Smashwords
  • Format: eBook
  • Sales rank: 360,776
  • File size: 85 KB

Meet the Author

THE TICKET TO WONDERBy this list an introduction to the first generation of wonderlings to the wonder-filled works of Christopher F. Mills—who is doing his best to prove the greatest stories come from the American South. Thank you for reading and please leave a kind review and tell others of the fantastic new stories you have discovered.—Ganry Danic, reporter for the Sun TimesThe Ticket: Parts One & TwoHere is your ticket to ride The Mighty Melancholic. Keep it safe. Only one ticket per dreamer. Short novelettes on inspiration. Part Two is for a special kind of mother that few are asked by destiny to become.The Incredible Tales of Crispy the GreatHave you ever thought: “I wonder if there might be a hillbilly with an I. Q. twice that of Einstein, has a flair for making cash and has discovered a new formula for extra-terrestrial, super-speed space flight?” Well wonder no longer. Before he invented the hovercraft and became the planet's first trillionaire, A. C. Braithewaite was just a young man who liked to raise hell. These are the incredible-yet-true tales of his early days.Johny Beaumont/movie scriptJohny Beaumont just wants to leave home and see the world. But his destiny is to run down the myth on the mountain he grew up on. It's about a man, a mountain and a myth—and how they come together to make a legend.The Christmas WishGalen Bralieg was a pilot in WW2 and a general in Vietnam. What he left behind in the Great War and what he brought home from Vietnam form the basis for this romantic, heart-warming Christmas story. A story for fathers and sons, and a wish that took seventy years to come to pass.Prom Night '88Have you ever wondered what would happen if you hitched your Studebaker to a star in a cotton field while on date with a dream girl? A short story full of humor, life, and Unidentified Flying Objects.The Immortal Rocket Frog of Wallops IslandThe short story of a long jump. A bull-frog named Huckleberry Jack once caught a ride to the moon on a rocket and decided if it was the last thing he ever did, he would find his way back home. A tale of the impossible.The GemstoneA love story that began in the Middle Ages and found its completion in the Space Age. Some love never dies. Some love does last forever. A belle-lettre novel and poet's master thesis on the human heart. A story of love.How to Become Famous in High SchoolBeau Braithewaite was a boy with a simple dream: just to make friends and a life for himself. This is the ghostwritten memoir of how he became famous instead. A story of hope for those in despair.Claire CaptureOne long verse story; belle-letters & sonnets, and the storied history of Clair and Chauncey, two immortals who showed that love can last forever. A close companion book to The Gemstone.To find the works “Google” Smashwords.com and in the search bar type: Christopher F Mills. His Author Page will show up. Most of the works are priceless/free. The movie script (Godhead Leading/Johny Beaumont) may be 'bought' with a price of .00. If you wish to say thanks for a great story & help pay the cost of upkeep on my bicycle and printing more Tickets to Wonder, buy the script for a dime or dollar. Many holes were dug to discover these gemstones, so we hope they shine for you. Please tell others of these fantastic new stories & Thank You for reading! Contact: Cforestmills@gmail.com
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