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Overview

Michael Zemetsky's very human systems have been infiltrated by travelers from deep space.
These otherworldly creatures intend to own planet Earth, and the boy known as Subject 38 is a
tool for their nefarious aims: Michael will help them to determine what makes these Earthlings
tick. He's a whiz kid—smart, lucky when trouble arrives, and unaware of the alien intelligence
that pulses through every cell in his body. The cunning aliens will dare to trespass on the Cold
War space race, fiddling and tinkering with NASA and the Russians, and always undetected.
Hometown Alien follows Michael's alien-infused adventures, from elementary school to college.
This fast and funny story unfolds in Western Pennsylvania's Allegheny Mountains. John
Washinsky's working class Ukrainian roots are alive on every page, and so are the aliens!

Product Details

ISBN-13: 9798362474089
Publisher: Bituminous Press
Publication date: 11/19/2022
Pages: 230
Sales rank: 918,336
Product dimensions: 5.00(w) x 8.00(h) x 0.48(d)

About the Author

John Washinsky is the grandson of Ukrainian immigrants and grew up in the coal fields of western Pennsylvania during the 60’s and 70’s. A time before personal electronic entertainment and when kids played outside until dark. Where your playground was an abandoned coal mine or the surrounding forests. He earned a BS degree in Electrical Engineering from Penn State and has designed and programmed automated manufacturing machines for the past forty years. Over the past ten years, he has published science fiction short stories in several online publications. The author resides in Clemmons NC.

Ruth Sacharzewski is a second-generation Polish-American. She is a graphic artist in the foothills of North Carolina. She studied Graphic Design at Southwestern Community College and graduated in 2021. She enjoys spending time at home with her cat and a cup of coffee.
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