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Illuminati - 2012

Illuminati - 2012 [Kindle Edition]

Nishan A. Kumaraperu

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What if everything you have been taught to trust and believe is a lie?

What if there is a secret government within our own that has been in place for centuries? What if that organization is using its money, power, and the worship of their god to bring about the end of times? What if there was nothing you could do to stop it?

Illuminati – 2012 will take you into the very depths of human corruption and wickedness while it enlightens you to the true meaning of good versus evil and the power of faith that is in all of us. The main character, Ethan Swan is enormously seductive; a young man who is thrust into a surreal world of darkness, lies, and a horrifying truth. He is rage personified; the kindness inherent in all of us; a lost and forsaken soul; he is the 'light' that keeps us struggling day after day. He is a hero; a warrior; perhaps even a man simply fighting for his beliefs. He is all of these embodiments and yet, so much more.

About the Author

Nishan Kumaraperu was born in April of 1974. He grew up in England and the United States. He currently resides in Appleton Wisconsin with his wife, their five children, and two dogs. He has always been a storyteller. All throughout grade school, he would dabble in short stories of fantasy, sci-fi, and action adventure. During these years, he and a friend would each write half a story and exchange them to finish what the other had started. They would then share the final story amongst themselves and critique each other to the best of their knowledge. Kumaraperu's life was based on learning everything he was interested in. He gained valuable knowledge in multiple fields: Behavioral Counseling, Real Estate, Property Management, Technology, Finance, and even Cooking. He co-wrote his first screenplay with a friend using Final Draft. Since then, he has written his own screenplay and this Novel. For the past many years, he is the President and CEO of a computer corporation (CNR Enterprises / Elite I.T.) in Appleton Wisconsin. He has written multiple articles for magazines and online journals, including being an Expert Author on Writing has always played an important part of his life since he was young and will always continue to be so. Although he is not a professional, this book will be his first attempt at doing something he enjoys.

Product details

  • Format: Kindle Edition
  • File Size: 155 KB
  • Print Length: 98 pages
  • Simultaneous Device Usage: Unlimited
  • Publisher: Nishan A. Kumaraperu (1 Jan 2009)
  • Sold by: Amazon Media EU S.à r.l.
  • Language: English
  • ASIN: B001U88H2Y
  • Text-to-Speech: Enabled
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  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: #828,426 Paid in Kindle Store (See Top 100 Paid in Kindle Store)
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19 of 20 people found the following review helpful
1.0 out of 5 stars very disappointing plot driven book 6 July 2009
By Truthsayer62 - Published on
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After reading many rave reviews about this book,I was extremely disappointed. This is the second worst book I have ever read. It had to be written by an amateur writer who was without an experienced editor's help to work on developing the plot and characters. Think "The DaVinci Code" without character development, scene development or plot development. There is need for a proofer for the many spelling and grammar errors. There is little or no description in scenes. Characters are only given superficial personalities. For example, instead of being fully described, women are said to be beautiful. That could mean a thousand different things. Character emotions are cliche. there is even a gratuitous sex scene. Character point of view switches in inappropriate places and disrupts the storyline. The plot is explained/told instead of being build with details. We aren't shown the story as part the story telling process. Everything is focused on nearly mindless action.The story is a cliche story of the anti-Christ and Armeggedon. The premise is that the antichrist was manufactured by genetic tampering by occult fanatics. There is no research into how this genetic tampering might happen. The story assumes that all big companies are evil. There is no attempt to be objective which makes the story come off as being overly sentimental and unbelievable. An important part of writing a strong story is making a story believable so that the reader can suspend disbelief. A story where the reader cannot suspend disbelief is poorly written. The scenes with occultists are laughable.A little research into occult rituals might reveal how actual occultists might behave or how rituals might actually be performed. Research into the occult and the meaning of 2012 in the occult would have made the story a whole lot more believable. I have read of the things the author mentions about 2012. He has an interesting idea but did not take the time necessary to make this a truly great story. His imagination took off without the necessary grounding to make a strong story. It's okay to be imaginative but make yourself credible to readers. I'd like to see the book re-written with attention given to the weak areas I mentioned. It has potential but needs work.
16 of 17 people found the following review helpful
1.0 out of 5 stars This book stinks! 9 Jun 2009
By Judy N. Stevenfeldt - Published on
I hate to disagree with the other reviewers, but this was one of the most poorly written and most poorly edited books I've ever read. I kept feeling it must have been written by someone in a beginning creative writing class. The extreme violence throughout the book had an almost surreal nature to it and certainly didn't induce the chilling reactions other violent stories do. The misspellings and grammatical errors were inexcusable. I was really disappointed in this book since the earlier reviews led me to believe it would be exciting and thrilling. It was anything but!
8 of 11 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars An original different intense mystery Read 15 April 2009
By Leanne Beltz - Published on
This is a very different book and not something that i would usually read and i am not familiar with the subject but i must say that i did enjoy it. It is a guessing game until the end and i found it interesting to try and guess what would happen. It was not overboard in detail, some books you read get soooooo boring from over emphasing every little detail so this book described just enough detail to get a visual of the story. I finished the book in 2 days. A book has to catch my interest in the first chapter or the book finds a spot to collect dust and this book kept me intrigued enough to finish it. If you like a bit of mystery and science fiction then you should buy this book. Action packed throughout.
3 of 4 people found the following review helpful
1.0 out of 5 stars If this is "truth" I'll take something else 30 Mar 2010
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Another person commented that this reads like a 5th grade homework assignment. That might be a disservice to the 5th graders of the world. This book was authored by someone that seems to get his opinions and ideas from every crack pot conspiricy site on the web. The plot and characters show little imagination and no depth what so ever. I was expecting at any moment to be told that the governments of the world are all controlled by the Illuminati, the Masons, the Skull & Crossbones or any other group that came to the authors limited mind set. The author should, at the very least, do some research using ligitamate sources and maybe even try being just a bit accurate historicly. Seems as though he heard the term Illuminati, tried to tie it in with "2012" and let his sophmoric fantasies lead from there.
1 of 1 people found the following review helpful
4.0 out of 5 stars interesting for sure 12 Nov 2012
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Very good story, very interesting for people educating their self on ILLUMINATI! I have just started my instruction and education on joing.
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