Blur by Author Anonymous

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The author never understood until many years later that some people are born with extra senses. His sight differences would prove as an advantage to him in life, but to others it would be viewed as a tool, a special power, or to some as an unacceptable ability which should come under the control of the government or simply be destroyed if control could not be ascertained.
In short, the author had to pretend all was normal to those around him, while always being silently vigilant to the government spies that tracked his every step.....and this is where his story begins.
This story will take you through a maze of mystery
and humor as seen through the eyes of author
as a gift at birth sometimes proves to be
anything but enjoyable.

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Anonymous is a writer with first-hand knowledge of the behind-the-scenes workings of a top TV talent show.
Published August 19, 2012 by CreateSpace Independent Publishing Platform. 180 pages
Genres: Humor & Entertainment, Literature & Fiction. Fiction

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Governmental organizations want to exploit a man’s ability to see people’s auras in this anonymous author’s novel.

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