The book is fantastic and I read it in two days. Keep working for our country Joe! --C. W., Flowery Branch, GA
I just finished reading Joe s book and all I can say is WOW! I love how he thinks and expresses himself. I laughed during every chapter - it was so entertaining! --Glynis, Biddeford, ME
I had some major goosebumps several times. Read this book! You will be truly inspired. --Margaret, Jenkins, KY
About the Author
With his debut novel, Things Forgotten, Thomas ambitiously tells the story of the Israelite Conquest of Canaan, as seen through the eyes of an Arab descendant of Israel's brother Esau. Together with his passion for ancient and biblical history, these are the themes which have shaped Thomas as a writer over the last two decades. His writing style is steeped in rich history and the essence of the human spirit, qualities that will surely linger with his readers. Thomas began his collaboration with Samuel J. Wurzelbacher shortly after the third and final 2008 Presidential Debate. From the time he and Joe The Plumber met up, he witnessed the events of the perpetual media blitz, the revelation of the Ohio State illegal violation of his privacy, Joe s initial bus tour for the McCain-Palin ticket, his meeting with Sarah Palin and Thomas accompanied Joe on John McCain s Straight Talk Express. Together with a penetrating writing style, Thomas eye witness perspective into the story of Joe The Plumber will paint a vivid and captivating portrayal of a regular every-day American who was unexpectedly swept into perhaps the most pivotal presidential election of our lifetime.