Westminster Time Files
Mixture of fantasy, sci-fi, myth and prophecy, with adventure and battles.
'The Westminster Time Files'.
It is about a man named John Thomas Noble, who becomes Tom Fell, and whose real name is unknown. For he woke up in a hotel in Liverpool with amnesia of some kind.
He moves to London where he witnesses a secret meeting of the power elite and in fact gains control of some tapes with names and minutes on etc. These are very damaging to many world leaders so he has to go on the run. He becomes Tom Fell and meets and falls in love with a Belgian girl, Melissa. He is followed by his nemesis Dyer 'the agent', of the world power elite, all around the world from Sydney Australia, to the Pacific Islands and India. There are many escapes and battles involved, but he is helped by anti-globalisation groups, and aborigines.
There are interesting stories of Sydney, Fiji, Tahiti, India and plane crashes and living with hunter gatherers in the Northern Territory of Australia. There are also appearances of UFOs which are directly related to what he is doing. He eventually ends up with Melissa in the Mayan area of Yucatan, Mexico.
Here he meets the old Indian Fakir again and also a Shaman. He is led to a secret city where he is taken on a time vehicle to the past and the future, and participates in many adventures. He also sees the origins of mankind and the mystery of the sphinx is solved, and mixture beings.
The past he views is related to the happenings in the present and will continue in future stories…At the end of the first story he still doesn't know who he really is….Tony
Chapter 16, Final Battles.(extract
On arrival at the mustering place, we made our way down to the gathering of the monkey clans. Which was in an open swathe, running through the generally wooded area. The trees were massive and there was a multitude of equally large plants and shrubs in a profusion of colours. The grass had a bluish tint to it and the smell in the air was of a thousand different perfumed essences. There were huge dragonflies and other types flying around the area; the butterflies were absolutely gigantic and a profusion of colours and designs. They seemed to be almost a metre across and were casting significant shadows, when they were overhead.
Here we met Han's Commander, Hupa-Sep. He was bigger than most monkey-mixtures, about the same height as myself, and light coloured. Even his brown hair seemed far less coarse than the other monkeys, and it was tied up behind his head in a bun. He had a military bearing, dressed in his bronze armour, with multi coloured clothes of red, green and yellow. At his side he bore a sword and a raygun as a sidearm. He was delighted to see Han and embraced him enthusiastically, as soon as they met. He said: 'My friend, my friend, it is good to see you, I have many philosophical questions to ask.' He then patted and petted, the always present, Jai-Jai, (the little dog), who always seemed to be associated with Han.
On the more positive side. The author takes contemporary fantasy and myth and moulds them into something new and enchanting. The Westminster Time Files, does, in every regard, do that. Each character you meet is surprisingly complex while surprisingly ordinary at the same time. Identifying with the characters is surprisingly simple and rewarding.
Tony O'Clery has written this book with inspiring visual images. The mind's eye follows the pages into a fantastic world that one can smell, feel and touch. This book is very much a character driven story and the main character of the story is brave and full of empathy, combined with a true humanity.
Every last part of this book is coloured, and I found myself engrossed in how quickly it turned from an adventure story to a real page-turner. The 'Files' still maintains the surreal qualities that make any true adventure through strange and foreign lands extraordinarily well. Tony has taken the most basic concepts of adventure, fantasy and myth and redesigned them in a unique way. He has succeeded in creating a complex storyline, with complex characters, and organized it into an engrossing and compelling 'can't put down the book', sci-fi adventure...S.N-Das.
Your book is awesome, Tony. I'm having a terrific time reading it, and I'm also having lots of terrific experiences with it, as I read along. Wheee, are you SURE it's just a novel? Things are really clicking in my brain. It has hunches and bunches of Truth, for when I read it, it is surely having an enlarging effect on my mind. It is REALLY fun! I can see you've been everywhere, read and researched a lot, and intuited endless amounts of wisdom. Tell me again why you called it a novel? Big smile. I jest with you, but it really does ring true in so many places... even verifies things I have examined, intuited, learned, etc. Thanks for being a great force in taking out evil and entertaining us while it is done..B.D.
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