The Veritas Deception
Damon Crosse is the villain in this novel. Some might admire him, as he is strong, cunning, and maniacal. His sinister demeanor, his countenance and his baritone voice resound wherever he is and echo the meaning of what he wants others to understand. Fear, hate, revenge, abuse, torture and whatever means he needs to use including blackmail and murder serves his purpose in life. Creating a world where you fit in or not is part of his goal. Only those that are worthy of life, that can match up to his standards will be allowed to survive. What he has created and the victims at his disposal will not only leave you wondering if this is a figment of the author’s creative imagination or real life. Damon Crosse is just his facade his persona one that the public sees and the companies he runs are just a hint of what he’s about. The people living under his many roofs, the vaccine he intends to alter and create will change the course of medicine, the outcome of incurable diseases and possibly turn goodness into evil. But, how you ask and why? As the author reveals his intentions and takes us back to where it all began we meet him many years in the past as his work has just begun and then in the present where he continues to reign over people who are his pawns, puppets and who think that they can take him down. Damon Crosse is more than evil and his motives are not greed, selfishness or money: POWER! That’s everything to him and creating a person, a child in his name using his DNA in a unique way hoping to someday leave it all to this unknown and unsuspecting young person to rule his empire and the world. What will happen if all goodness is erased from all humans? What will happen if corruption, greed, death, euthanasia, abortion and assisted death become the norm?
Join me for the discussion about this outstanding. Fran Lewis
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