Forever Never Ends by Scott Nicholson

Forever Never Ends Author: Scott Nicholson
eBook Title: Forever Never Ends
ISBN10: 1453823190
ISBN13: 978-1453823194
Language: English
Publisher: CreateSpace Independent Publishing Platform (September 19, 2010)
Category: Mystery, Thriller & Suspense
Subcategory: Mystery
Size ePub vers.: 1645 kb
Size PDF vers.: 1868 kb
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When an alien entity lands in the Southern Appalachian Mountains, a clairvoyant psychology professor, a drunken dirt farmer, and a disillusioned tycoon must team up to stop it before the infection spreads. It falls from the heavens and crashes to earth in the remote southern Appalachian Mountains. The alien creature feeds on the surrounding organisms, exploring, assimilating, and altering the life forms it encounters. Plants wilt from the contact, trees wither, animals become deformed monstrosities, and people become something both more and less than human. Tamara Leon is a psychology professor who sometimes sees the future. When the strange phrase shu-shaaa enters her mind, she senses a telepathic force that threatens her family and the entire world. Chester Mull, a mountain dirt farmer, is suspicious of the green glow up on the ridge, and he doesn't take kindly to trespassers. His neighbor Herbert DeWalt is a reclusive millionaire whose spiritual search has led him nowhere. The trio teams up on a mission into the forest to face the alien in its secluded cave. The alien doesn't want to destroy the world. It only wants to survive. But so do the people whose metabolism has become food for an otherworldly reaper. -------------- "A fresh and true voice that will affect you, disturb you, enrage you, or make you laugh. He will not, however, leave you cold."--Kevin J. Anderson, co-author of the Dune series "Nicholson has constructed a small wonder...a story with the outlines of a B-Movie narrative, but with complex, sympathetic characters (the reader can even sympathize with the alien!) and an emotionally satisfying plot."-- Locus Magazine