PRLog - March 11, 2014 - SOUTH WEST LONDON, U.K. -- Jesus Came from Outer Space is a great first novel from Simon Bond. Having a vivid imagination and an interest in Sci-fi from an early age Bond pens a tale of two worlds.
The story is ingenious and takes hold of your imagination steering it down the path of the unknown, only to lead me to ask you the question... do you believe in unknown paranormal activity?
Have you ever had one of those days of torment where everything that you touch, think about or envisage goes wrong? Have you ever had one of those lives that totally stinks? If so then you'll understand the ins and outs of the life and circumstance of Dan Rathbone.
What are the consequences of getting lost; having your memory stripped and finding out that your life from this point on will never be the same again? In Rathbones case... Life changing.
Dan Rathbone, Bonds lead character is larger than life and deals well with the events that lead on to change his life for ever.
Once out of the woods and away from the police Rathbone heads for home only to find the doors locked, the wife and kids in bed and an available couch at the neighbours house. As things become more and more alien Rathbone finds himself estranged from his family and hitched up with the local circus.
Can life get any worse than this for Dan Rathbone?
It appears so, caught up in a tapestry of events and weird encounters Rathbone weaves a clear cut and well documented tale of paranormal adventure throughout this funny, rib trickling Sci-fi. This is the story that takes Rathbones life to the edges of the universe and back.
Bond pens a tale of confusion, angst and torment. Not only does his main character become acquainted with strange and peculiar oddballs fit only for the circus, but he then makes friends with what some would call a strange, weird, alien like character called Billy.
Bonds imagination has really gone to town in describing in vivid detail the story of a man possessed. The question is possessed by what, who and where. This is a really imaginative novel where Rathbone realises that society is anything but ready to accept the truth about our planet, it's people and it's place in the universe.
Throughout this novel one question remains unanswered in quest for a sequel... Did Jesus come from outer space? Was he an alien, do aliens exist and what the heck are they doing in the UK.
This novel ends with an unusual, unexpected finish gagging for book two in the sequence.
This is a well written, first novel bursting with potential and is well worth the read.
A great start to Simon Bonds writing career, this really is a book that shouldn't be missed.
Available now on Amazon, this book is ready to purchase.