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Mirror of the Eye: Book 3 of the Third Eye Trilogy Paperback – October 7, 2013
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Raised on an Iowa farm, Bob spent his summer afternoons in corn fields daydreaming of adventures in faraway lands. At seventeen, while war raged in Southeast Asia, he joined the Army and graduated from West Point as an airborne paratrooper. But his years of duty were spent staring down Russian machine guns during the Cold War. . He spent his next twenty years as a road warrior for an oil company traveling to every God forsaken corner of the world: Nigerian savannas, Saudi Arabian deserts, Sumatran jungles of Indonesia — and even Bakersfield, California. Always known for fantastic storytelling, Bob kept the office intrigued and rolling with laughter from his adventures. He finally ended his travels to deliver The Third Eye Trilogy. . He previously used the pen name of Lynn Boston to shield his writing career from his role as a Vice President of a Fortune 500 company. No longer carrying that burden, he is now using his own name. . Being a certified and registered hypnotherapist specializing in past life regressions, he is able to write from both the past life perspective of both the practitioner and subject. As a member of the Board of Directors of the International Association of Near Death Studies (IANDS), he strives to help people who have died and come back “from the other side.” . Bob lives in Phoenix, Arizona.
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The end was a little bit of a downer. Not that it doesn't all turn out with the good guys winning, Earth and humanity saved, the ending is just anti-climatic. It sort of fizzles out rather than ending with a bang. It was similar to running a race, crossing the finish line, only to find everyone else had simply quit the previous lap. You're glad to win, but it seems somewhat empty.