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A Blasphemous Dream Leads to a Discovery of the Unknown

How does a farm boy become an astronaut?


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Everret Hunt shares a universe fashioned in otherworldly mysteries and actions in his sweat-breaking sci-fi, “Pitus Peston and The Gods of Oman.” A detailed content of his book and its creation is accessible on the author’s website: everetthuntbooks.com

The story’s plot centers on a young farm boy, Pitus Peston, who lives in a primitive world of animal power and manual labor. For an intellect that soared higher above his times, his destiny is to work the small family farm along the upper Hudson Valley. He dares court the blasphemous dream of discovering mysteries of a world beyond theirs, preying on every opportunity that passes by to converge with his capabilities.

As the story progresses, unusual circumstances meet young Pitus. Curiosity drove him into unknown dangers ahead as he discovers an old wampum belt bearing a strange image. He believes that the image on the belt is otherworldly and he determines to uncover its secret. Through an accumulation of clues, he works his way toward solving the secret of the gods of Oman.

Join the world’s first astronaut in his adventure fraught with otherworldly dangers and thrills as you flip through the pages of Everett Hunt’s “Pitus Peston and The Gods of Oman.” The book is available for purchase on the author’s website.

“Pitus Peston and the Gods of Oman”
Written by Everett Hunt
Published by Your Online Publicist
Published Date: September 2019
Paperback: $14.99
Website: everetthuntbooks.com

About the Author

Everett Hunt, the creator of Pitus Peston and his adventures, is 66 and lives in Castile, New York, with Sally, his wife of forty-three years. Born in Glens Falls, New York, he grew up in nearby Fort Ann, and attended Fort Ann Central School, graduating in 1971. He entered Albany College of Pharmacy in the fall of that year, graduating in 1976 with a Bachelor of Science Degree in Pharmacy. He met Sally in Pharmacy school and married in 1976 after graduation. They have four grown children and four grand-children. Hunt’s writing career began in 1990 when the 18th century space traveler and world’s first astronaut, Pitus Peston came to life in “Pitus Peston and The Gods of Oman.” Since then he wrote four more adventures: “Pitus Peston and The Eyes of Harnuk,” “Pitus Peston and The Loose End,” “Pitus Peston and The Vendetta,” and “Pitus Peston and The Golden Age of Roolandoo.” 


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