The Homecoming Novella (Free Download)

Dr. John Reizer

I wrote the basic template for this story back in 2011 and published it as a novelette titled, Tresantaras. In 2020, I decided to rewrite the manuscript and develop it into its current version.

The Homecoming is a science fiction tale with important components in the storyline that have to do with mRNA vaccines and the human genome. I believe the readership here will have a greater appreciation for the book’s plot than the average person not awakened to what’s happening in our world.

Read the book as a free download for a limited time on NoFakeNews.


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8 thoughts on “The Homecoming Novella (Free Download)

  1. lhakes12 May 18, 2022 / 8:56 pm

    John, of course, I have and love all your novels and books! And The Homecoming is no exception. Plus, what an unexpected twist this one has at the end!
    And Jeff’s brief writing here resonates with me on much, but also on this novel.
    PArry Masons (cuz Jeff)
    1hr ago Facebook
    “What if?
    Just what if?
    Not claiming to know what is
    Just playing the devil’s advocate
    And suggesting, maybe it’s not
    What THEY claim it and perpetuate it is
    Then how does that change your perspective
    Of what this all is
    How does realization that we really know nothing
    Effect our ability to believe in anything?”

      • lhakes12 May 18, 2022 / 10:35 pm

        Oh, and Jeff popped in my Facebook to say “cool story,” too on The Homecoming Novella!

      • NoFakeNews May 18, 2022 / 10:53 pm

        Thanks for sharing, Lisa. You guys are so supportive! I greatly appreciate that very much! 👍😀

      • lhakes12 May 18, 2022 / 11:47 pm


  2. Jim May 18, 2022 / 8:56 pm

    Very cool story, I enjoyed the read.

  3. Mary May 18, 2022 / 10:57 pm

    I am impressed, John with the homecoming. I don’t want to give away the twist, but that was pretty good.

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