Join Free! | Login    
   Popular! Books, Stories, Articles, Poetry
Where Authors and Readers come together!


Featured Authors:  Wynn Schiller, iBonnie Milani, iAl Moe, iDoug Boren, iD.E.Z. Butler, iAlan Brenham, iSharon Burton, i

  Home > Fantasy > Books Popular: Books, Stories, Articles, Poetry     

K. C. Miller

· + Follow Me
· Contact Me
· Books
· Poetry
· Stories
· Messages
· 11 Titles
· 16 Reviews
· Add to My Library
· Share with Friends!
Member Since: Jun, 2001

K. C. Miller, click here to update your pages on AuthorsDen.

Visions: Book One
by K. C. Miller   

Share this with your friends on FaceBook
Books by K. C. Miller
· The Lone Birch
· Visions Book 3 (Ring Of Fire)
· Visions: Book 2 (The Confrontation)
· Cocoon and Butterfly
                >> View all



Publisher:  PublishAmerica ISBN-10:  1588515621 Type: 


Copyright:  Jan 7 2001

Barnes &
Books-A- Million
Publish America

Set in Alaska, this suspenseful cliffhanger tells how a small group of people survive the aftermath of computer and smallpox viruses set upon the world by middle east terrorists which spread worldwide quickly, killing millions.

In a suspenseful cliffhanger about survival, a United Middle East releases computer and smallpox viruses against the United states. Both spread worldwide quickly; unchecked, they eliminate the use of most technologies and kill millions.A self doubting Shaman, Daniel, reluctantly moves to lead his small Alaskan village. Together, they endure the devestation of cannibalisim, Alaska's harsh climate, and themselves, to survive the apocalyptic world event.    

Naomi jerked when William grabbed her arm. She shuddered in spite of herself. Maybe she was a little scared. He pulled her roughly to her feet, still in the sled, and thrust his hands under her bulging parka and squeezed her tender breasts. He pushed the parka up until the cool air made her nipples hard, as his squeezing had. She yelped in pain, her face reflecting guilt at her body's arousal, but didn't resist. He was so much larger than her, and she knew he would hit her again if she tried. She was concerned that he would hurt the baby somehow, and even though it was George's, it was part of her too.

Professional Reviews

Visions: Book One, by K.C. Miller
Jo Rogers of, writes the following about Visions: Book One.

What would we do if the world as we no it was struck simultaneously by two incurable plagues - a computer virus that crashed every known system in the world, and a mutated smallpox virus that killed everyone but those between the ages of fifiteen and twenty-two? That is the premis of K.C. Miller's VISIONS: BOOK ONE.

Daniel is half white and half Native American from a small Indian village in Alaska. Daniel's mother died when he was born, and, since his father has been banished from the village, Daniel was adopted by the childless village shaman, Uppa, and his wife. Uppa taught Daniel all the old ways of survival in the wilderness, and how to interpret the visions he would have when he became Shaman.

At first, the elders rejected Daniel as Shaman because he was half white. They were as bigoted toward him as any of the whites were toward them. But when the twin plagues are unleashed on the entire world by the Middel East, Daniel is made Shaman. George Spark, his rival, runs him and his supporters out of the village, leaving Daniel and his small band to survive on their own.

VISIONS is not for the weak stomached, as hardships of disease, deprivation and depravity are graphically described here. The reader will face the same fear, the same horror when they encounter cannibalism and insanity that Daniel and his band of survivors go through. It is also unnerving in that the events described are all too possible. But it is still a gripping story, with lessons to survive such a catastrophe. And its cliffhanger ending left me begging for Book Two. Mr. MIller, when may we expect the rest of the story?

Want to review or comment on this book?
Click here to login!

Need a FREE Reader Membership?
Click here for your Membership!

Reader Reviews for "Visions: Book One"

Reviewed by Leonie Campbell 8/10/2003
Hi K C Miller, the premis of twin plagues expanding worldwide has horrifying potential especially in todays political climate.Great work keep writing.
Leonie Campbell
Reviewed by Barbara Siefert 7/9/2001
I thought that this book was a very easy read. It was a book that I could not put down
because of the surprises that took place during the book. This book was one of those
on what if this would happen if there was a computer viruses and a biological viruses
out to kill the human race of people off the face of the Earth. I loved the Native Alaskan element
of survival on going back to the old way of survival of surviving off the land for our needs. Instead of
depending on modern day resources.

Popular Fantasy Books
  1. Trigon Daze: (The Legend of Vanx Malic Boo
  2. Wunza Ponna
  3. Belmundus
  4. Noddy in Wonderland
  5. Dragon Isle - Legend of Vanx Malic Book II
  6. The Elphame Chronicles - Part 7 - The Cave
  7. Blood and Royalty - Dragoneer Saga Book Si
  8. The Complete Wardstone Trilogy
  9. The Emerald Rider (Dragoneer Saga Book IV)
  10. Age Of Certainty

Five Days of Darkness by J. Michael

This fast-paced paranormal thriller shows how an ordinary family seeking spiritual freedom in a world where it is considered terrorism, must overcome the obstacles of outwitting an..  
BookAds by Silver, Gold and Platinum Members

Authors alphabetically: A B C D E F G H I J K L M N O P Q R S T U V W X Y Z

Featured Authors | New to AuthorsDen? | Add AuthorsDen to your Site
Share AD with your friends | Need Help? | About us

Problem with this page?   Report it to AuthorsDen
© AuthorsDen, Inc. All rights reserved.