The Impossible Stranger by Lawrence Thornbury II

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"A super human suddenly appears in present day Memphis, Tennessee, during a horrendous explosion of undetermined origin! Who is he? Where is he from? What is his mission? Why doesn't even he know who he really is, and how he ended up in Memphis?

He gets into confrontations with drug dealers and the military, almost starts a nuclear war, falls in love twice, unknowingly becomes involved in an insidious plot and struggle for domination of the entire planet, and must face the second of his kind in an epic battle to the death.

This is an extremely well thought out and fascinating book. It takes the concept of a super human to a depth never before explored. The science is realistic and well done, and the sociological and psychological implications of a super human are deeply, deeply probed. You will easily be able to tell that the writer did an enormous amount of research to make this novel ""live."" The style is very cinematic, and you will have to constantly remind yourself that this story is fiction."

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Published December 8, 2000 by iUniverse. 339 pages
Genres: Science Fiction & Fantasy, Action & Adventure, Literature & Fiction. Fiction

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