The Homecoming Novel is Not My Attempt to Foretell Earth’s Future

By Dr. John Reizer

For the visitors who have regularly frequented NoFakeNews during the past eight years, you are familiar with the fact that I write about many subjects that are rarely discussed in the mainstream media. More recently, my writings have focused primarily on the Covid-19 fakery being executed by the controlling policymakers of our planet.

My recent article that discussed other psyops that have been rolled out for the general population by the powers that be (AI being able to match wits with human intelligence, the fake moon landings, and the nuclear weapons hoax) has stirred up plenty of interest and commentary from readers.

Since the Covid-19 fairytale was unleashed on the world, the website traffic here has increased dramatically. It’s still a relatively low volume of visitors coming here as compared to many more prominent and well-known alternative media domains. Still, NoFakeNews continues to expand its readership every day. And for that fact, I am grateful. I want people to become more educated about the world.

I receive plenty of emails from readers that are generated through the website’s contact portal. I try my best to answer all of them. In many instances, visitors don’t want to leave a public message on the comment boards, and so they ask me a question via email. Not a problem, I understand people’s concern and their desire to maintain privacy. That’s why I created the contact portal in the first place.

As many of you know, I write sci-fi stories and shamelessly plug the novels on this website in an attempt to get visitors to purchase them. The royalties I earn from book sales are used to offset the maintenance fees associated with operating NoFakeNews.

I am thrilled that people are reading my novels and listening to the audiobook versions. I love to write fiction more than anything else. But I don’t want the fiction I write to bleed over into the real story content I cover on the website.

Quite a few visitors have asked me recently in emails if the Apophis meteor rumored to strike Earth in 2036 will be a real event. People are asking me if I have intentionally foretold the world about the catastrophic happening in my work of fiction, The Homecoming.

Let me make something blatantly clear; I am not a time traveler or a prophet. I have garnered no information about the future through the application of time travel.

The Homecoming is a fictional story and was written to entertain people while making them think about concepts that might affect or impact people in the real world. I encourage people to check out the novel, it’s a quick read and will make you scratch your head, but I am not referencing Apophis in the fictional plot of my story.

If you want to read more about the creation of my novel, The Homecoming, readers can access the interview I gave earlier this year at this link.

Thanks for reading my stories and, more importantly, thanks for visiting NoFakeNews and contributing to the different discussions concerning the published posts.

Win A Free Copy of The Homecoming

By Dr. John Reizer

Take a break from the coronavirus for a few minutes; it will still be there when you return from reading this post.

Because we are supposed to be practicing social distancing, I am giving away 100 free copies of my latest novella, The Homecoming on April 2, 2020, through the Goodreads platform.

Since all forms of entertainment have been shelved, I figured people might want something to read.

About the Book:

The Homecoming by John Reizer:

An extraterrestrial race contacts humanity 50 years after a natural disaster drastically alters life on Earth. The aliens are mysteriously connected to the people of Earth and are about to reveal a mind-bending secret that will change the way humans view life, the aliens, and themselves.

My Review of The Homecoming Novella

By Gina Flores

Contributor for NoFakeNews

I had a chance to read Dr. Reizer’s latest novella, The Homecoming today, and was very impressed. It’s delicious, and I ‘m not kidding when I write that I definitely didn’t see the twist ending coming. That was pretty damn clever.

I remember many years ago when I first came across John’s Michael Morris book, and I thought to myself, this guy has one hell of imagination when it comes to science fiction. I saw the brilliance in his writing back then, and also last summer in The Target List and earlier this year in the novella, Frequency. I liked Frequency a lot, and that story has a particularly good twist at the end as well.

The Homecoming is both entertaining and highly imaginative. It’s a story that makes readers think about so many different issues that are affecting us in today’s world. That’s one of the things I especially enjoy about John’s sci-fi books; they make you think about all sorts of things. When you’re reading his stories, you are definitely entertained. They’re all quick reads, and then after you have finished them, you’re lying in bed at night thinking about the deeper issues the stories carry with them.

If you are looking for a quick read with a super-cool ending, check out, The Homecoming. It’s definitely worth the read.

Readers’ Favorite Book Review: The Homecoming

Reviewed by Sherri Fulmer Moorer for Readers’ Favorite

FOUR STARS!

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Can dystopia lead to utopia? Earth finds out in the year 2036, when an asteroid strikes between Hawaii and the mainland United States, plunging the world back into the early twentieth century. The devastating impact of this natural disaster quickly reduces the superpowers of the world, leading to the restructuring of government and society into a one-world system, governed from deep beneath the ice of the South Pole. The survivors, determined not to repeat the mistakes of the past, are committed to forming a New World Government that leads to an era of peace and prosperity that has never been known on the planet. It opens the door for communication with the Tresantarians, an alien species from thousands of light-years away who have determined that humanity is ready for contact with other alien races. But the Tresantarians have their own secret; one that links them to humanity and seals the fate of both races. The Homecoming by John Reizer is a fast-paced sci-fi thriller that will leave you guessing until the last page.

The Homecoming is an interesting and unique tale that gives a different view of our future. In it, John Reizer offers an eclectic cast of characters with a variety of viewpoints on the Tresantarians, first contact with an alien race, and what the unique gifts offered by the Tresantarians mean. Like all sci-fi stories, it explores the question of what it means to be human, and how much we’re really willing to embrace and accept things that are different. As humanity strives to trust this alien race, readers will find themselves questioning how they would respond to such an event, and what their level of trust is in both the government, those different from them, other people, and humanity. An excellent read if you’re looking for a good, quick tale with a great theme and intriguing questions to ponder about humanity.