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Bruce Cook

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About Bruce Cook

I'm a retired schoolteacher and lifelong fan of the superhero and science fiction genres. I have two children and two grandchildren. I currently live in North Carolina. My published works include The Hero Experience, an action/adventure/comedy set in 1967, and The Wishbone Express, a science fiction novel set hundreds years in the future, when faster-than-light space travel is common and millions of inhabited worlds are part of a galactic society.

Both novels are rich with exciting action, unexpected plot twists, and generous amounts of humor. They are designed to be enjoyed by readers of all ages.
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Bruce Cook has two books currently available on Amazon.com and Barnes&Noble.com ... The Wishbone Express, which I am eager to read, and The Hero Experience which I have read.

The Wishbone Express is a sci-fi adventure which Kirkus Indie books has already generously reviewed as a fast-paced Sci-fi adventure with fun pulp dialog and I can attest that The Hero Experience is a read of a different kind that is thoroughly enjoyable. The characters are well developed as the narrative starts off along the lines of an American Graffiti in book form that pleasantly meanders along, evoking what it really felt like to be a boy in the 1960s in his last year in high school, with all the insecurities about "getting the girl" and being something more than he is until, along with three of his friends, the book then becomes a rip-roaring boyhood adventure. Think along the lines of books like "A Prayer for Owen Meaney", "A Boy's Life" and "To Kill A Mockingbird" meets "Spider-man" and you may get an idea of how much fun and how utterly readable the book is for adults, even though you may be tempted to think the book is for "young adults".

I highly recommend Bruce's works. I've known him for 30+ years now (even read earlier drafts of his novels before they blossomed into the incredible works of fiction they are). He was one of a cadre of friends from back then, all creative in their own "write", pun intended, but so far, his works of fiction have been the crowning achievement of all of those great ideas we hashed over back in the days of movie nights and Denny's conversations.
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