· Lawrence M. Nysschens

About this ebook

Failure is not an option. Slavery would be its price.

Who will win? Who will die?

Lawrence captures the struggles of today's world exactly.

That clash of  Freedom vs. Chaos.

Personal Rights vs. Oppressive Rulers.

Love vs. Hate.

His writing touches on both the beauty and the ugly as he knifes through WORLD oppression with a precision that yet endows the reader with a power never before envisioned. Claim your share of its power. Read Once-Other.

Will Once-Other go insane or will he win the battle of both mind and body?  And when the war comes, can their Ultimate Weapon of Mass Destruction give them victory despite the odds against it?

In  Once-Other Lawrence M. Nysschens has wound an intriguing mixture of  personal struggle and oppression. His ideas are unique, and his style  keeps the pages turning: Immigrants from Earth settled a distant desert  world. Is this the utopia Earth so longed for? But like the USA these colonists fight a War of Independence against their Mother Planet.

About the author

Lawrence emigrated legally to the USA in 1989.

Back in High School, his English teacher commented that he should become a writer. After avoiding that for too long, Lawrence has taken up the pen and 'scribbled' an epic about today's world set in a world of tomorrow.

And he invites you to step into this world with him and partake of its beauty, its conflicts, and to discover the power We the Individual Reader has and which we can harness for ourselves.

Discover these revelations as Lawrence shares them with you. 

And arm yourself for the world we live in is changing rapidly.

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