Aspeans: The Invasion

Aspeans: The Invasion

by Roy Dias

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Overview

James was surrounded by fear. He and everyone else with Asperger's had been thrown into a concentration camp, and fear was everywhere. His fellow inmates had no idea what was going on. Innocent victims: that's what they were. The government had obviously panicked, losing control and giving into external pressures. After they revealed that everyone on the autistic spectrum descended from aliens, they used these camps all over the world, supposedly to protect them, to keep them safe. But in reality, they felt the need to control them. They feared that, when the time came, they would attack the human race. James couldn't help but feel sorry for them. They didn't know what was going on, that Earth was going to be invaded by the Nequitians, using his brother's DNA. He had to escape. Outside these walls were drones set to contain them, but James was going to have to save the world. He had to so he could save his brother.


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Product Details

ISBN-13: 9781512186963
Publisher: CreateSpace Publishing
Publication date: 05/13/2015
Pages: 230
Product dimensions: 6.00(w) x 9.00(h) x 0.52(d)

About the Author

Roy Dias was born in Vancouver Canada, where he lived until he was fifteen. He then moved to Portugal where he completed a degree in Polymer Engineering. He is currently a franchisee of Wall Street English, a school that teaches English as a second language.
He lives in Vila Verde Portugal, with his wife, two 'Aspean' kids, a dog, three birds, some fish, and four lazy cats that seem to think they own the place.
Like his two sons, he also has Asperger's syndrome.

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