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Fun City By Thomas A. Ryerson
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It's the year 2061 and the world is a better place. The citizens of the Unified People's Commonwealth enjoy a stress free life. Belinda Parry tries to never take her utopian society for granted. Life... More > is good, if not a little boring. Out of the blue, the Municipal Authority decides that Belinda needs to relax and get away from it all. Enter the New Outlook Centre, known better by the slang term of Fun City. Forty-four acres of soul searching recreation. Just what Belinda needs, right? Medicine has progressed so far that all of the ills of the day are soley in the mind. And Fun City is just the prescription. The novel Fun City was initially inspired by three 1981 Marc Almond & Soft Cell B-sides; the songs 'Fun City,' 'Facility Girls' and 'Persuasion.' Similiar themes have been explored in the films 1984, Brazil, Fahrenheit 451, Logan's Run, Metropolis and THX 1138. Fun City has also been compared to The Talisman by Stephen King and Peter Straub for it's dream-like and surreal images and settings.< Less
A Bigger World By Thomas A. Ryerson
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Surviving the Titanic, the Boer War, turn of the century India, World War One (The Great War), homesteading in Northern Ontario; my great grandfather, William Edwy ‘Ed’ Ryerson led quite... More > an exciting life, as told in this book, ‘A Bigger World.’ This semi-fictional novel is based on facts with the author’s interpretations. Ed’s story is one of survival and determination to make a difference, and be different at the same time. The story is told through the eyes of his son, Tom, during the depression era of the 1930's while living in Hamilton, Canada. William Edwy Ryerson, a life and an adventure worth remembering.< Less
Castle Lake By Thomas A. Ryerson
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A terrible tragedy sets in motion a vengeful curse that can turn a girl's sixteenth birthday into her death day. The spirit of profound grief and hatred hangs like a fog over Castle Lake until it can... More > exact its horrific retribution. In the haunting style of Stephen King, award-winning author, Thomas Ryerson, ably touches the simple, natural world of rural life in the nineteenth century with the evil hand of the supernatural.< Less
April's Call By Thomas A. Ryerson
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All she wanted to do was make the roads a safer place….and now April Dekoven fears for her very life. An afternoon drive on a busy highway takes an unforeseen turn when a young mother... More > traveling with her daughter unexpectedly incur the wrath of a transport-truck driver. The driver of the truck reacts to April’s driving habits with extreme intent, creating a dangerous situation on the multilane roadway. April reports the aggressive driving of the trucker using the 1-800 number posted on the transport’s bumper. She never dreamed that her call might put her own life, and possibly that of her seven-year-old daughter, Rori, in jeopardy. Experience first-hand the woman’s plight as she contends with an unseen and relentless adversary. When, how, and where he will strike is anyone’s guess. April’s Call; a psychological thriller that will be very hard to put down.< Less
April's Call By Thomas A. Ryerson
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All she wanted to do was make the roads a safer place….and now April Dekoven fears for her very life. An afternoon drive on a busy highway takes an unforeseen turn when a young mother... More > traveling with her daughter unexpectedly incur the wrath of a transport-truck driver. The driver of the truck reacts to April’s driving habits with extreme intent, creating a dangerous situation on the multilane roadway. April reports the aggressive driving of the trucker using the 1-800 number posted on the transport’s bumper. She never dreamed that her call might put her own life, and possibly that of her seven-year-old daughter, Rori, in jeopardy. Experience first-hand the woman’s plight as she contends with an unseen and relentless adversary. When, how, and where he will strike is anyone’s guess. April’s Call; a psychological thriller that will be very hard to put down.< Less
Return to Castle Lake By Thomas A. Ryerson
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Return to the simple life, in 19th Century New England, where you'll find sixteen-year-old Alicia Murdock and her family. They're all set for a second adventure, which turns out to be greater than... More > their first. It's the spring of 1889, and the Murdock's have a new stable hand, Alex Macmillan, who catches Alicia’s eye. Will he challenge her desire to remain single? Then, Alicia's uncle discovers a gold coin while fishing, and wonders if it might lead to more treasure. Later on, he meets a widow with a daughter Alicia's age. Could there be wedding bells in the future? Don’t miss this second exciting chapter of the Murdock’s of Castle Lake! Suitable for all readers 14 years of age and up.< Less
Travelogue By Thomas A. Ryerson
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Travelogue is the 40 year odyssey of two families, the Taits & the Joyces. Tasha is the daughter of Ian & Xavier Tait. She has blocked her past as a means of personal survival. Tasha's... More > nemesis is Jorge, the son of Tom & Leyna Joyce. Jorge is very powerful with the Triple Eye Corporation. Tasha and Jorge grew up in the same neighbourhood, losing contact in their teens. Tasha catches Jorge on TV, and is highly suspicious of his success. Nothing is what, or how it seems. Can Tasha change her present with new knowledge of her past? With some newly found friends, including Dylan Douglas, Tasha seeks answers to her questions. Her #1 question? Did Jorge have anything to do with her father's mysterious disappearance 18 years before? The past connects the future. As Tasha begins to rediscover and embrace her past, Jorge desperately goes out of his way to keep his own past buried and forgotten. Thomas A. Ryerson's writing style has been compared to Andrew Davidson, author of the Gargoyle.< Less
Travelogue By Thomas A. Ryerson
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Travelogue is the 40 year odyssey of two families, the Taits & the Joyces. Tasha is the daughter of Ian & Xavier Tait. She has blocked her past as a means of personal survival. Tasha's... More > nemesis is Jorge, the son of Tom & Leyna Joyce. Jorge is very powerful with the Triple Eye Corporation. Tasha and Jorge grew up in the same neighbourhood, losing contact in their teens. Tasha catches Jorge on TV, and is highly suspicious of his success. Nothing is what, or how it seems. Can Tasha change her present with new knowledge of her past? With some newly found friends, including Dylan Douglas, Tasha seeks answers to her questions. Her #1 question? Did Jorge have anything to do with her father's mysterious disappearance 18 years before? The past connects the future. As Tasha begins to rediscover and embrace her past, Jorge desperately goes out of his way to keep his own past buried and forgotten. Thomas A. Ryerson's writing style has been compared to Andrew Davidson, author of the Gargoyle.< Less
Return to Castle Lake By Thomas A. Ryerson
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Return to the simple life, in 19th Century New England, where you'll find sixteen-year-old Alicia Murdock and her family. They're all set for a second adventure, which turns out to be greater than... More > their first. It's the spring of 1889, and the Murdock's have a new stable hand, Alex Macmillan, who catches Alicia’s eye. Will he challenge her desire to remain single? Then, Alicia's uncle discovers a gold coin while fishing, and wonders if it might lead to more treasure. Later on, he meets a widow with a daughter Alicia's age. Could there be wedding bells in the future? Don’t miss this second exciting chapter of the Murdock’s of Castle Lake! Suitable for all readers 14 years of age and up.< Less
The Last Girl on Earth By Thomas A. Ryerson
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When they finally break free of a High School prank played during a class trip in the Florida Keys, Steve and Clare discover that most everyone on earth has died from some unexplainable catastrophic... More > event. They might just be the last couple alive; which wouldn't be so bad if they didn't drive each other crazy. Their survival may depend on actually getting along!< Less