Adam Henry

Over public scanners, police use the polite euphemism of Adam Henry to describe eye wateringly difficult people The world of Adam Henry is maybe five minutes in the future It s filled with tyrants petty to splendiferous, thieves, perverts, liars, bullies, cheats, terrorists, people who sneak illegal extra charges onto your credit card bills and the waitress who spitsOver public scanners, police use the polite euphemism of Adam Henry to describe eye wateringly difficult people The world of Adam Henry is maybe five minutes in the future It s filled with tyrants petty to splendiferous, thieves, perverts, liars, bullies, cheats, terrorists, people who sneak illegal extra charges onto your credit card bills and the waitress who spits phlegm into your soup What would the world look like if you could remove every acrimonious monkey bucket Our nameless hero is TV features reporter, a good but modern man who can only walk away from difficult decisions The reporter is offered a chance to become the most influential person in history In a tony San Francisco pub, he meets Wesley, a mysterious figure who has been chained in a basement cell of a Jerusalem monastery and closely guarded by Vatican security Wesley constantly escapes He shows up in odd places wilderness videos, remote Afghan villages, the White House Wesley shadows the reporter, saving him from assassins and pressuring him to push the mysterious Adam Henry Button Even the hero s childhood best friend and military intelligence operative, the haunted David Forrester, is following him There are many questions How do you know who is a villain or who is just having a bad day If there is a soul, will the hero lose his in such an act of spiritual pride International events spin wildly in the hunt for the mysterious Wesley and our hero The clock is ticking down toward this apocalypse of common monsters The humble reporter is the target of a worldwide manhunt because behind many structures of power are Adam Henrys Wesley points out that many times, Earth has been visited by mass extinctions Wouldn t it be refreshing if the next were attitude oriented But our hero is visited with another rare opportunity He finally gets to be with his soul mate, a beautiful teacher named Riley He loves Riley and her 8 year old boy He just wants to live in his yuppie concentration camp condo, play basketball, eat ice cream and be happy within the endless confines of the rarest of dimensions the perfect marriage After the deadline seems to pass without event, the world opens up for the reporter He gains wealth, fame, freedom and even contentment Adam Henry isn t about saving the Super Bowl or some black hearted, smiling out of context politician It isn t about stopping a bomb or rocket launch, rescuing the World Cup or saving the Pope or the Girl Scouts Adam Henry is about what happens to each of us, every day, when we turn our back and walk away from tough choices, whether it s standing up to evil or pushing the Adam Henry button ABOUT THE AUTHOR With than 100 major awards, author John Boston is noted as one of America s top writers Several times, he has been named both Best Humorous, and, Best Serious Columnist in North America, the U.S California and Los Angeles Boston is the recipient of the Will Rogers Lifetime Humanitarian Achievement Award His novel, Naked Came the Sasquatch, enjoys a 5 star rating on and was required reading at Harvard Sasquatch will be released as an e book by Vook in summer of 2014 Boston is a former NBC news director, ranch hand, newspaper and magazine editor He lives in the bucolic farmland of Fill, California You can read his weekly blogs at santaclarita and scvbeacon Will Fleet, past president of the California Newspaper Publishers Association, once wrote of Boston Of all the writers I have known in my 30 years in the newspaper business, John Boston is the best By far.
Adam Henry Over public scanners police use the polite euphemism of Adam Henry to describe eye wateringly difficult people The world of Adam Henry is maybe five minutes in the future It s filled with tyrants pet

  • Title: Adam Henry
  • Author: John Boston
  • ISBN: null
  • Page: 480
  • Format: Kindle Edition
  • 1 thought on “Adam Henry”

    1. I've long been a fan of this book, and John Boston's writing. The premise of this book continues to be fresh, and I find myself referencing this book to other people. For those who are unfamiliar with Boston, give this a shot, and you won't be disappointed. He brings a fresh voice and a talent for high concept fiction with a sense of humor but also an emotional depth. Readers might come to the book appreciating the absurdity, but come away being unexpectedly touched by the story.

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