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A FEW COMMENTS ABOUT THE BOOK WELL WORTH SHARING...

EVERY ONCE IN A WHILE something so very special comes along that commands our attention -- a difference maker. Dennis Lee Hague's historical novel, "The Eyes of the Comet", is just that and more, as it's a unique jewel that has finally arrived. His words & his book are a penetrating experience -- a journey that successfully and objectively unmasks all the complex issues that ultimately lead to a horrific civil war.

Mr. Hague maintains throughout his pages that this could have, should have been prevented through the spirit of compromise.

Mr. Hague's carefully researched and crafted narrative unveils just how divided our nation had become -- a deep line in the sand that would not be breached by the North or the South because of the complex issues of slavery and state's rights compounded with the pernicious elements of greed and power.

Throughout the book he writes about how concessions and accommodations could have been successfully implemented; however, the nation had its hopes on the false message that slavery would eventually die a slow death like it always had throughout history.

This novel then has to be recognized not just another mystery, romance, horror or action thriller. Instead, it has to rise nonpareil as a story that provides our country with the knowledge to never assume that everything will work out without compromise.

Finally, the significance of this novel is so enormous that it has to serve as a wake up call for our nation to come together in the spirit of, and Mr. Hague reemphasizes, *compromise* and understanding to avoid falling prey to false messages and further deterioration that has become so evident today.

Because of the unflinching action and powerful messages that are so carefully detailed and placed throughout "The Eyes of the Comet", this should make an exciting, informative and wonderful theatrical production.


A CONTROVERSIAL HISTORICAL FICTION NOVEL

The Eyes of the Comet:

An American Slave Odyssey

By Dennis Hague

In November of 1835 Halley's Comet reached its nearest point to the earth. Dubbed by many as "the year the star shot", it was witnessed around the world. Owing to superstition, it was perceived by many as the start of apocalyptic times. However, there were other inspired visionaries who considered it as a sign of great change to come.

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