About the book:-
A story that explores a compelling blend between mysterious unknown entities with seemingly true events. Think Close Encounters of the Third Kind blended with Total Recall.
Who are the abductors? Where do they come from? Where are they hiding? Do they even exist? The secrets are revealed in an intriguing adventure filled with mystery, a dash of romance, and a shocking revelation that will torment your reality.
Join 'The Comeback Kid' on his incredible world wide journey as he uncovers secrets behind his abductions and comes face to face with his abductors.
Whether you believe in UFOs and aliens or not, this is a truly interesting story. Pinky Pollock
I am not a sci-fi fan, but this book fascinated me and held my interest from start to finish.Caitlin
Hay is a fabulous storyteller. Rivals with the best sci-fi novels. Zillie Carlson
NOTE: This book stands alone and is not a sequel.
About the Author:-
BORN: April 15, 1943 Kansas City, Kansas (Raised in Clinton, Mo.)
PARENTS: Leonard M. Hay and Kathryn Fisher, of Clinton, Mo.
GRANDPARENTs: E. M. Hay, of Clinton, Mo and Pete Fisher of Kansas City, Kansas.
SIBLINGS: Three half-sisters; Sandra Hay, Barbara Wood, and Susan Anderson and a half-brother; Michael Newhouse.
Graduate of Clinton Senior High School class of 1961.
MILITARY SERVICE: US Navy, stationed aboard the USS Hancock 1961-65, Vietnam Vet.
EMPLOYMENT: Clinton Eye (Democrat) delivery boy. On a bicycle no less. US Navy (Radioman) for four years. TWA and American Airlines for 39 years.
Retired in 2005. Published first book, The Comeback Kid, Memoirs of Thomas L. Hay in November, 2011. Published second book, An Abduction Revelation: The Comeback Kid Returns in October, 2012. Published revised edition (with new cover) of An Abduction Revelation in March, 2014.
Resides in the Kansas City Northland since 1978. When he is not golfing, fishing, or singing Karaoke, he enjoys spending quality time with family and friends. He currently lives in Lake Waukomis, Mo. with his lovely wife Karen, some hyperactive squirrels, too many irritating geese and a few cranky old catfish.
Give me aliens any day!!!! Man this book was mind blowing!! Really nothing more to say here.
This is the story of a very ordinary guy with an extraordinary story to tell. Everyone has a story they want to share and that is particularly true here too. Hay pretty much lays out his life in this book. But the thing is - he leaves it to the readers to determine if what they read is real or not and maybe that's what matters the most.
The writing style is pretty simple and easy to understand. Although the pacing felt a bit wonky but we can make do. I'd totally recommend the readers to try this book at once.