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Xposure [Kindle Edition]

Phillip T. Hopersberger , William Phipps , Peter Hopersberger
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Book Description

Strange flashes appear in the sky; now so commonplace no one much cares…

A skeletal relic from a Qumran cave alarms a Dead Sea Scroll expert…

Four world leaders are mysteriously summoned to the Vatican…

The third prophecy of the 1917 Fatima vision is finally unsealed…

And a conflicted Soviet “sleeper” agent, US Navy SEAL STAN STANISLAW, reneges on a deal his parents made in World War II, and now without a country, tries to survive long enough to put it all together…to expose a plot that threatens more than an antiquated Cold War agenda. It’s a brand new millennium and the future of the human race is up for grabs.

"Written with the same visual aplomb as his screenplay, SOMETHING GRAY, Phillip T. Hopersberger's new novel XPOSURE will shake your convictions in the old adage that so many fall back upon when tragedy strikes, 'The sun will still rise tomorrow.' Oh...will it really?"

Editorial Reviews


-Dale K. Myers, Emmy award-winning animator and author (With Malice: Lee Harvey Oswald and the Murder of Officer J.D. Tippit)
-Lee Martin, Screenwriter (Shadow on the Mesa)
-Daniel Darling, Pastor/Author (Real, Owning Your Christian Faith)
-Ron Forseth, Vice President, Outreach, Inc.
-Shane Hagedorn, Director/Filmmaker

-Don Douglas, SVP-Programs, ICM
-David Goetz, Author 

From the Author

This is the first book in a three-part series.  When I originally began the journey, it seemed to write itself.  Now it feels different, like an unseen force is actually opposing me and the completion of my foray into the unknown world all around us.
It's almost as if it is not just a story anymore, but a brush with Truth that is too close, that something, or someone does not want told just yet.  Completing this series has taken on an almost sinister quest that

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  • File Size: 1347 KB
  • Print Length: 192 pages
  • Page Numbers Source ISBN: 1491280050
  • Simultaneous Device Usage: Unlimited
  • Sold by: Amazon Digital Services, Inc.
  • Language: English
  • Text-to-Speech: Enabled
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  • Lending: Enabled
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #196,625 Paid in Kindle Store (See Top 100 Paid in Kindle Store)
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7 of 8 people found the following review helpful
3.0 out of 5 stars Disappointed. March 23, 2014
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I went searching through Amazon the other day looking for something that would pique my interest. I've been in a bit of a mood lately where really just nothing looks good. I've got literally over 1,000 books on my Kindle but don't want to read any of them at the moment.

I came across Xposure while perusing sci-fi books and using keywords aliens and post-apocalyptic. I read the sample on Amazon and it looked like something that would be right up my alley - a cross between "Ancient Alien" theories and conspiracy theories. It didn't hurt that the author was from Michigan - my home state.

The concept was awesome - biblical theory, government cover-ups, plus aliens. The execution didn't quite match up. I did like this book - but it had flaws. The biggest of those was the ending. No sense of closure - left open for a sequel that I haven't found any evidence of to date. It didn't dig deep enough into the promised story. I don't know if the author plans a sequel, but this book just doesn't really stand alone very well.

The whole book took place in a matter of maybe three days, and yet the main characters met and fell in love in those three days. Although such a thing can happen it is still a bit far fetched, but it is made even more so considering neither main character is even a very likable character. Sure, you've got the strong military type of guy, but he hates kids and he's trained all his life to be a traitor to his country. Then you've got the pushy reporter. You may feel a little sympathy for her because of the "seizures", but not enough to make up for her personality deficiencies.

Also, the male lead is the only person in the entire military with strategic information that can be useful to an enemy force - and he carries it on his person?
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5 of 6 people found the following review helpful
2.0 out of 5 stars WASTE of Time January 12, 2014
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Don't even know what the purpose of the book was. Barely even any mention of aliens, just some people chasing down some guy. I only finished it because I had too much invested reading it before I realized there was nothing here. I gave it one extra star because the author could turn a good phrase.
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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars A suspense filled summer read July 11, 2014
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I found myself staying up way too late because I did not want to put this book down! An intriguing blend of espionage, terrorism plotted by immensely evil forces and an unlikely romance kept me turning the pages. You will not be disappointed with Xposure. Kudos to Mr.Hopersberger...and please hurry up with the sequel.
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5.0 out of 5 stars Exposure August 20, 2014
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Follow along as double agent Stan Stanislaw becomes a man with no country trying to save the world the suspence and mystery and action never end this is a unique adventure unlike any you have ever read before
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5.0 out of 5 stars Worth reading August 19, 2014
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A good, fast read. Story is believable and stays interesting throughout the book.
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4.0 out of 5 stars Good book, wanted different ending. July 10, 2014
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This was a well written story that kept my interest the entire time. The characters are well developed (though some still shrouded in mystery) and relatable.

I was a little surprised that the "science fiction" in the book was not very prevalent. It is really more of a spy/intrigue novel than scifi, but that is not necessarily a bad thing. However, if you are looking for just scifi you will be let down.

I liked how the story developed and progressed, but I was not very satisfied with the ending. I don't mind that not every question gets answered, but I really expected more resolution than I got. Still, I liked the author's style, and I enjoyed the read.
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4.0 out of 5 stars Good Read July 3, 2014
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This is a good summer read. It has the elements to draw you into the story and the intrigue to keep you there. I won't throw any spoilers in this review. The story had me by introducing topics that were bait for my eyes. These included UFO sightings and Espionage, The extinction of the planets population is a real grabber. How could this occur? What about the Dead Sea Scrolls, come on, who wouldn't like to find out more. There were only a couple of times where I had to pause and think about the characters, but that didn't stop me from zipping through the story and actually enjoying it. For the critical readers that want lots of detail and specifics you may want to pass this one by. Especially if you can't get over a few things that don't take away from the story. Find some pleasure in a good story that is well written. Good work.
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4.0 out of 5 stars Interesting July 3, 2014
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Book has an interesting premise, but completely leaves you hanging at the end,so I have to assume there will be a sequel. If that's true I'll buy it. Would like to see the story concluded.
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More About the Author

PHILLIP T. HOPERSBERGER was born in Detroit, Michigan (100 years ago to the day that Lincoln gave his first inaugural address) and graduated from Michigan State University (1984). After working for Knight-Ridder Newspapers for four years, he went into the ministry and became a pastor (Penn State & Michigan State Universities). In 1998, he resigned his pastorate to pursue a writing career.

His novel, XPOSURE, and his Civil War screenplay converted into an eBook, SOMETHING GRAY, are both available on Amazon:

He lives with his family in Michigan where he writes, hunts, fishes, and chases Civil War history (

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