Teaching The Truth Through Fiction

By NoFakeNews

Sometimes you can write about a controversial subject until your hands and fingers ache with pain and people still won’t comprehend the seriousness of the subject matter you’re addressing. I have written my fair share of papers, articles and books over the years that discuss in great detail the machinations taking place in the world. I honestly feel that the vast majority of people who have read my materials have undoubtedly rolled their eyes dismissively about said topics before having had a chance to really digest the content.

In February of 2019, I decided to try a different approach with regards to connecting with potential readers – I decided to write a novel. I wanted to create a story that was suspenseful, entertaining, and told the truth at the same time. I believed through fiction, a greater number of people would be able to read and actually digest some fragments of truth hidden within the novel before their minds were automatically shutdown through cognitive dissonance mechanisms that have been hardwired into all of us by the powers that be.

In June, 2019 I published such a novel, “The Target List on Amazon Kindle. I am really quite pleased that the book is off to such a good start and that it has been positively reviewed by Readers’ Favorite as well as Internet and Amazon customers. The very small number of reviews that have come back to date have praised the story, but more important they have discussed the plausibility of what I have written about concerning the pharmaceutical industry.

It’s my sincere hope that many people will continue to read The Target List and learn about the true dangers that have been presented to all human beings by Big Pharma and the Medical Industrial Empire.

Please consider reading the novel and pass it on or encourage others to do the same.

Dr. John Reizer

ABOUT THE BOOK:

WAND is a revolutionary new medical tool that cures diseased tissues in human beings without the use of drugs or surgery. Ten years in design and production, the technology has a 95% success rate in curing most forms of cancer in animals and human beings.

The brainchild of 48 year old Harvard Medical School graduate, Clyde Daniel, WAND (Wave-Altering-Nanoparticle-Disrupter) is going to move the profession of medicine out of the dark ages and into something that closely resembles science fiction.

That is, unless the pharmaceutical industry, which stands to lose billions of dollars in lost drug revenues, can intervene with its hired assassins and destroy the technology and its team of creators before it ever has a chance to see the light of day.

Book Reviews:

Reviewed By Donna Gielow McFarland for Readers’ Favorite

The Target List contains nonstop action from the first page to the last. It is a short read and I couldn’t put it down. Dr. Reizer perfectly maintains a high level of suspense throughout the novel and I enjoyed that every time Clyde and Donna think they are finally safe, the reader knows they’re not. The plot is well thought out and at least somewhat plausible, especially for readers who entertain conspiracy theories (people who like conspiracy theories are going to love this book!). But you don’t have to believe in conspiracy theories to enjoy The Target List. This medical thriller is entertaining, compact and well-written. Reizer keeps it relatively clean, so I recommend The Target List for all readers, YA and up, especially those who enjoy a good thriller.

An Amazon Reviewer:

“This book is the ultimate conspiracy theory novel!”

“It’s a bite-sized thriller that grips you before you even finish the prologue.”

Internet Reviews:

LAUREN A.

“The Target List is a really interesting read. Fast paced and lots of suspenseful situations that had me wanting to keep reading more, I would definitely recommend this novel to others.”

HEATHER LYNCH

“I loved reading The Target List. It pulled me in and didn’t let me go. I honestly didn’t want the story to end, it was that much fun.”

JANETTE

“I like books like this one because they tell a story and a bit of truth at the same time. I started reading it yesterday and had to go to work. I couldn’t wait to get home and finish it. I wish it would’ve been longer so I could’ve looked forward to reading more tonight”.