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The OOBE File

Harry Highstreet

Average Review Rating Average Rating 8/10 (1 Review)
Book Details

Publisher : PublishAmerica

Published : 2005

Copyright : Harry Highstreet 2005

ISBN-10 : PB 1-4137-4562-8
ISBN-13 : PB 978-1-4137-4562-7

Publisher's Write-Up

Slightly above your comfort zone, there exists a higher level of awareness. It is often described as dreaming. Others prefer to call it astral projection. And there are those who use the phrase out-of-body experience. No matter which label you choose, it will not alter the fact that you have been there. And you will continue to go there every time your physical body seeks renewal using what we refer to as sleep. There is no need to be frightened. There is no danger. Dream on, if you wish. Or join one of those who chose the phrase out-of-body experience. Become a part of his adventure as he probes the unknown, struggles with the needs of his physical being, and is forced to join a dangerous mission that will require all of his mental and physical prowess. Welcome to The OOBE File.

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Review by Paul Lappen (191107) Rating (8/10)

Review by Paul Lappen
Rating 8/10
Hubert Wright is an American Army private serving on a missile base in England. One day, he falls asleep while on duty, and suddenly finds himself outside his body; he is having an out-of-body experience. In his astral travels, he meets a man who calls himself Roger Matthews, who asks for a tour of the base, including the secret parts.

Meantime, Wright’s body has been found. Sleeping on duty is a serious offence, and he doesn’t have anything like a good explanation, so Wright stays out of his body. Because no one knows what to do with it, his body is moved to the base hospital. Wright’s spirit meets that of a young woman named Cora, the other patient at the hospital.

The ability of two of the base officers, Captain Razig and Doc Thomlin, to be permanently transferred off the base depends on an inspector coming for a visit. Everything is perfect, except for Private Wright. While the inspector is in Wright’s room, he returns to his body and tells everything to the inspector. Immediately, the inspector swears to secrecy everyone with any knowledge of the situation. They now find themselves in a Top Secret project. Paul Villeant, an intelligence agent who has been tracking Matthews for years, is called in. Matthews has experience on the wrong side of Middle East terrorism, so his wish to see the secret parts of the missile base does not bode well. The story moves to the Persian Gulf, where it becomes an old-fashioned thriller, half in the "real world," and half in the astral world.

This is not a complicated novel, possibly a young adult novel, but it is a very good novel about weird things going on all around us. It is easy to read, and the reader will not go wrong with this story.
Paul Lappen (19th November 2007)

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