United Earth: The Revelation

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It is New Years Eve, 2012 and a strange man with a worn deeply lined face and old dark felt hat pauses briefly before a rain-drenched store window. He tightens his long brown coat against the elements, while he peers at the festivities on a displayed television screen. He is late for a meeting and must hurry off. The mysteries at the center of this brief encounter will not only alter the lives of the two soldiers in the middle of this holiday crowd on the screen, but could also bring about changes so unbelievable...
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Overview

It is New Years Eve, 2012 and a strange man with a worn deeply lined face and old dark felt hat pauses briefly before a rain-drenched store window. He tightens his long brown coat against the elements, while he peers at the festivities on a displayed television screen. He is late for a meeting and must hurry off. The mysteries at the center of this brief encounter will not only alter the lives of the two soldiers in the middle of this holiday crowd on the screen, but could also bring about changes so unbelievable and shocking as to alter the course of human affairs forever.
In volume one, two career U.S. Marines and longtime friends, Staff Sergeant Jeffrey M. Langdon and Corporal Harry S. Calhoun find themselves in the middle of events that force them to not only question their loyalties, but to ask "just how far is to far when it comes to national security and just when is the price to high?"
United Earth: the Revelation is volume 1 in the United Earth series. Volume 2, United Earth: Red Skies Aegean Seas resumes the story in Greece where the people can be hot and the trials Langdon and his friends will have to endure may even be hotter.
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Product Details

  • ISBN-13: 9781463517618
  • Publisher: CreateSpace Independent Publishing Platform
  • Publication date: 6/16/2011
  • Pages: 660
  • Product dimensions: 6.00 (w) x 9.00 (h) x 1.46 (d)

Meet the Author

Thomas LeRoy Townsend II is a former member of the Louisiana Army National Guard, Company A, 1st Battalion, 156th Armor Division and a former U.S. Navy Trident 1 Backfit Missile Technician having served aboard the submarine USS Casimir Pulaski (SSBN 633 Gold Crew). A life member of Sigma Tau Delta, he is a published poet, amateur inventor and author. His works include E-portfolios: Uniting The Undergraduate Career, think pieces such as "Our Elderly Concerns" and he worked briefly as the author of the Hall Summit News, in the Coushatta Citizen Newspaper, Coushatta, Louisiana. "My Shining Rose," "Perceptions" and other of his works have been published in the Argus magazine. Examples of his poetry have been contributed to the U.S. Army and Navy poetry collections.
Information, systems and technology he has come up with are on file through Louisiana Senator Mary Landrieu and Congressman Jim McCrery's offices, as well as with the Department of Transportation; Department of Defense, US Army-Tank Automotive and Armaments Command; Department of Homeland Security; and the Atomic Energy Commission among others. Many of these items are featured among those mentioned in this story. He and his wife Hollie E. Townsend are also former Walt Disney World cast members and WDW College Program Alumni earning Ducktorate Degrees while he (by approval) submitted multiple proposals to Disney; thirty-seven in all, for new products, attractions and a whole new wedding pavilion. He currently lives in Atlanta, Texas with Hollie; the love of his life, where they continue to seek work in the movies such as in their previous roles in films like Welcome Home Roscoe Jenkins (formerly the Better Man,) Major Movie Star with Jessica Simpson, and Butter with Ty Burrell and Jennifer Garner. Both Thomas and Hollie Townsend continue to write.
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