The Cubit

The Cubit

by Jr. Peter Galarneau

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Overview

When a small island community rises up against what it believes is a conspiracy to corrupt the town with casino gambling, the residents find that the real threat comes from an ancient Evil within the Cubit. Soon no one is certain who is real and who is dead.
In this first book of The 2012 Trilogy:
The Professor brought the Cubit to Janine Bender's house in Kansas a year ago where it was released onto her farm, destroying everything. For months she thought she was insane until, finally, she found Paradise: Port Aransas, Texas, a town of outer beauty and inner secrets, an island in the Gulf where she was always destined to be.
Billy Jo Presser, an MIT dropout and the town's "second-best" surfer, has become a part of Janine's destiny. But as a scientist how could he believe? He'd lost his faith a long time ago. Now, he is forced to face a world without academic principal, with no figures or facts or proof. Now, he must confront the ultimate truth, one that hurtles him and Janine on a mind-twisting journey predestined by an ancient countdown toward Armageddon.
For 26,000 years, the Mayans have known the end was coming. Port Aransas is about to reveal these secrets.
Peter Galarneau, Jr., is the author of several published short stories, including The Edge of Hell, The Worms Within Us and Muldoon's Nursery. He is a professor of public relations with concentrations in writing and media studies at West Virginia Wesleyan College in Buckhannon, West Virginia. He has also authored and reviewed numerous academic publications.
After years of research surrounding the Mayan End Date of December 21, 2012, Galarneau, Jr. coupled his love and experience of horror fiction with this ancient mystery to create The 2012 Trilogy of which The Cubit is the first book. The second book in the trilogy, The Djed, is scheduled for publication in 2009.
He lives with his wife and two cats within the comfort of the West Virginia hills.

Product Details

ISBN-13: 9780982512906
Publisher: P.T. William Publishing
Publication date: 07/15/2009
Pages: 368
Product dimensions: 6.00(w) x 9.00(h) x 0.82(d)

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