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The Altered (MoorRey Publishing; April 9, 2019). Author MG Hardie creates a world that is as familiar as it is unfamiliar. On the ground level, the world looks and operates like our reality. The reader soon realizes that there are two worlds superimposed over each other.
Destruction on Earth comes in the form of natural disasters. Yes. That earthquake is after you. Yes. The tornado only destroyed your home. These unseen culprits cross into our world through portals called the rifts. These larger, stronger, more powerful, anatomically similar beings come from a dark matter Earth. Their missions of death and destruction are in retaliation to the damage human have done to their world.
These beings murder Devon’s wife and daughter, but he has no time to grieve because being altered isn’t pretty, it isn’t easy. The Altered struggle to feel normal, to make sense of the world, to come to grips with being the only one who can see the otherworlders that dot the landscape and it’s frightening.
Driven by fear, he runs from these beings. Devon his chased around the world narrowly escaping disasters and death. Being altered allowed Devon to gain abilities to fight an enemy only he can see; an enemy that can’t be bargained with; an enemy that doesn’t intend to stop. Devon has mastered his new abilities and he has a plan.
The plan: go through the rift and convince these powerful beings not to carry out their murderous plan. Devon is going to need some help along the way.  Devon finds help in Joshua Dougan, a software developer and college friend and Gina Lawrence, a purchaser. With time running out and the odds stacked against humanity the choice between being altered and allowing the world to be destroyed becomes clear.
How will they react to knowing the whole truth?

Will the altered be enough?

Get Altered April 9th

ISBN: 978-0-9968296-5-6  (Paperback)

ISBN 978-0-9968296-7-0 (ebook)

 

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Devon Heathrow learns that humans are not alone in the universe and that unseen Otherworlders to blame for natural disasters that plague the earth. These Otherworlders murdered Devon Heathrow’s wife and daughter. These invisible, brutally powerful beings have chased him around the world. But now, it’s time to stop running and this time he’s not alone. Justice is beyond him, but help may not be.

Devon enlists the help of Gina Lawrence, a purchaser, and Joshua Dougan, a software developer and together they set out to save humanity from the plan of these otherworlders.

The altered enter the rift, as the conflict between humans and otherworlders grows. Devon, Joshua and Gina take faith, hope and doubt with them into this new world of wonder and mystery.

For the altered the stakes have never been higher and losing could cost them everything.

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Get Altered

April 9th 

 

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THEM by MG Hardie begins with the protagonist clothes burned and singed his pursuer closing in on him. THEM takes the reader through a collapsing cave to South American sights and sounds to ocean depths to African castles to Middle Eastern villages.

“THEM starts deep and hard and continues in this vane, it’s thoughtful and fast. The insights into the human condition and the system had me asking myself questions and staying up late to finish reading. This is no normal superhero novel, Devon is more like Captain America, with a masters in law. The final scene is as in depth and thought provoking as any book I’ve ever read.”-  http://www.jeremypoole.net/blog/-book-review-them-by-mg-hardie

“The way MG Hardie achieved that balance between story moving forward and philosophy reminds me of Richard Bach and Michael Crichton books…this one had me hooked.” – Corey at Carbor Reviews

“After strange mysteries begin to alter Devon’s perceptions, the ordinariness of Heathrow’s existence gives way to a very believable tale of horror as he learns about two unseen “species” apparently at war over the fate of humankind. ‘Them’ by MG Hardie is surprisingly vivid and descriptive.”- Dr. Wesley Britton of Book Pleasures.com

“The way MG Hardie achieved that balance between story moving forward and philosophy reminds me of Richard Bach and Michael Crichton books…this one had me hooked.” – Corey at Carbor Reviews

“THEM by MG Hardie book gave me all I am asking for, when I am reading. It’s cleverly written, well thought out and has some humor in it as well.”- Angel Heart Reviews

“THEM, was a pleasant surprise for this reader. It’s unique, suspenseful and leaves you wondering.” -bookreadersheaven.blogspot.com

World travel, supernatural battles and explorations of social and political issues are commonplace. In THEM, Hardie takes unflinching looks at complex issues such as the moral ramifications of violence, along with the nature of history, with themes of redemption, and faith.

MG Hardie’s THEM poses the question: Does talent, hard work, or fate determine who gets the contract, the promotion, the gig, or the role? Or it’s THEM

 

In Paperback and Ebook!

https://www.amazon.com/Them-Mg-Hardie/dp/0996829636/

http://www.barnesandnoble.com/w/them-mg-hardie/1125996596?ean=9780996829632

Listen to chapter 1 of THEM for free.

http://mghardie.wixsite.com/them-are-here

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A shower of red sparks shot up from beneath the chassis of the speeding Camaro, and then a bike, folded up from impact. The Camaro had hit a cyclist, and the rider was pinned underneath the car. The Camaro plunged on for ten seconds, dragging along the 18-year-old rider with it.

One of the rider’s legs was pinned between chassis of the car and the frame of his bike, the other was jammed between the bike and the asphalt. After 30 feet, the Camaro slowed and stopped. The rider screamed in agony, pounding on the side of the car with his only free hand.

Without stopping to think, Tom Boyle who was driving by who had stopped, reached under the frame of the car and lifted. The metal bent and groaned and the chassis moved up three inches. “Mister, mister, higher, higher,” the rider screamed.

Boyle braced himself, took a deep breath, and heaved. The front end of the car lifted six more inches. “‘OK, it’s off me,” they boy called out, his voice tight with pain. The driver of the car pulled the rider free while Boyle held the Camaro another 45 seconds.

The biker was badly hurt and he was in a lot of pain, but he was alive and he would live. Some people have called what Boyle did, by lifting the 3,500 lb., car a miracle but maybe it was something more than that…maybe it was THEM.
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