Here are a few reasons to buy my latest novels:
1. You have been reading NoFakeNews for many years and know the agendas and causes I am trying to spotlight for people.
2. The medical-industrial empire is out of control. They have been completely overrun by their handlers, the pharmaceutical-industrial complex. As long as these dangerous cartels are allowed to prosper and go unchallenged, there will never be cures for any diseases. My novels introduce important concepts to the general public. The Target List, for example, is filled with plenty of truthful information that readers will digest and think about long after finishing the story. My other stories have bits of truth sprinkled in that will challenge readers’ beliefs about what’s happening in society.
3. It’s cheaper than going to the movies. Priced at $0.99, my e-books are low-cost, high-reward entertainment options for readers.
4. It’s for a good cause. I will use all proceeds to help pay for expenses involved with running NoFakeNews and book marketing. Help me inform the world about the dangerous practices of organized medicine and the pharmaceutical industry.
A novella by John Reizer
On his twelfth birthday, Shane Simmons stared through the lens of a small telescope observing the illumination of the full Moon. The view was spectacular; he saw the crater-laden surface with perfect clarity. That was until Shane watched the Earth’s satellite disappear right in front of his eyes.
The Moon’s disappearance was something the 12-year-old would never forget for the remainder of his life, and the rest of the world would never be able to remember.
What happened to the Moon, and why couldn’t people recall the fact it once existed in Earth’s sky?
Why did the entire world’s population, except for Shane, have a false memory about one of the most recognizable objects previously known to human beings?
A novella by John Reizer
In the year 2036, Earth faces a natural disaster that alters modern society. The world is thrown into chaos and becomes devoid of the most advanced technology. The United States, China, Russia, and other superpowers are quickly reduced in strength and prominence.
The survivors are determined not to repeat the mistakes of their ancestors as they methodically rebuild society from the ground up. A New World Government is created and runs the planet; it has outlawed the existence of sovereign countries and all acts of war.
As the global community enjoys world peace for the first time in Earth’s history, humans are suddenly contacted by an extraterrestrial race of beings called the Tresantarians. The alien species is mysteriously connected to the people of Earth and immediately offers humanity a fantastic gift. But there’s a catch, and the people of Earth are about to uncover a mind-bending secret about the extraterrestrials that will forever change the way humans view life, the Tresantarians, and most importantly themselves.
Black Rock Observatory, in Tryon, North Carolina, is a privately-owned radio telescope searching for extraterrestrial life. The facility’s giant satellite dish hits pay dirt on New Year’s Eve 2024 as a graduate student, Ronald Phillips records a strange alien message from a distant galaxy.
A press conference ensues, and the country is informed of the discovery through national television. The recording uploads quickly on Black Rock’s website, and the alien message goes viral. Public reaction is enthusiastic, and the observatory gains publicity through news and social media outlets.
After the recording’s release, many people become infected by a mystery illness. The disease causes tumors in the brains of its victims and noticeable changes in their personalities. Some of the stricken are interviewed by two neurosurgeons, Drs. Kevin Dyar and James Ketterly. Their research leads them to an unthinkable conclusion; the cause of the disease is connected to the observatory.
In a race against time, the neurosurgeons desperately search for a cure to an alien plague that has originated 2.2 billion light-years from Earth.
The Target List
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.
The Target List is a medical science fiction thriller, a real pause-resister that will have listeners hooked from the first chapter through the very end of the book.
By Kindle and iPod fan – USA
“This was great!”
“This has action from beginning to end. Short and fast and focused, it acknowledges one of the current beliefs that Big Pharma doesn’t want to cure anybody because it would hit their profits. The author’s writing style is different from Robin Cook, but if you like Robin Cook, you will also like this book.
I really liked the narrator. He does a good job of differentiating characters.
I was given this audiobook free in exchange for an honest review.”
Norma Miles – United Kingdom
“We Wand to get rid of cancer today.”
“This very short medical thriller still manages to be an exciting action-filled tale which also hints heavily about the current ongoing consultancy to keep people sick and dependent on the drugs that make a few pharmaceutical companies very wealthy. It is against their interests to bring health to a nation. Written concisely, more attention is paid to ideas than character, but the main protagonists are nevertheless personable and endearing. Narration by Allen Grunerud is delivered with good intonation but in the slightly flattened tones of a news report, giving a greater authenticity to the story: a good choice.”
Tiffani Policriti – USA
“Suspenseful book with a perfectly matched narration.”
“This was a really good production. The sound quality of the narration was excellent. I thought the narrator did a nice presentation throughout the book.
The story content was also very interesting and quite suspenseful. I would recommend The Target List as a great audiobook to listen to.”
An Anonymous Reviewer – USA
A Fast-Paced Medical Thriller
“I really enjoyed this book very much. It was extremely interesting, and I couldn’t stop listening. The story was fascinating, and I loved the suspenseful situations that Clyde and Donna constantly found themselves in.
The narrator was very good, and his voice inflections with the different characters in the story really added to the performance.
I would recommend this audiobook to anyone looking for a good suspenseful listen.”
Tracey Allan – United Kingdom
“Good story, and I like the way it refers to the big Pharmas and how they may be behind a lot of things (don’t want to say too much in case it spoils the story for others). The story flowed well, and the narration was perfect for this type of story.”
Stephanie – USA
“Short medical thriller.”
“Loved it. Focused on beliefs that Big Pharma does not want cures as it impacts profits. Action from beginning to end. The narrator was excellent and really warmed to the story. He does a good job of differentiating characters.
I was given this audiobook in exchange for an honest review. Keeping this one in my library!!”
Mark – USA
This story is awesome. It is so realistic that it makes your heart race, anticipating what’s going to happen next.
H. Nathan – USA
What a ride, this book is action-packed, sad, and very suspenseful. This book will leave you on the edge of your seat and is hard to put down once you start listening to it. Every chapter in this story is amazing and keeps me thinking about it. It is super interesting.
I found besides giving us a good scare, he goes right on making me laugh out loud, but then by the end, I felt like crying. It drags you from one emotion to another. I can’t wait for the next one. If you are looking for a thrilling page-turning story and you enjoy medical suspense, then this book is for you.