{read online eBook} High StrangenessAuthor Eric Bickernicks – Bilb-weil.de

Something strange has arrived on Cape Cod, and it’s not just the UFOs Ken Wakeman, a skeptical UFOlogist who seeks the truth about paranormal phenomenon, struggles to discredit the myriad of crackpot theories out there Melissa Mel Howard, a reporter for a small Cape Cod newspaper, copes with the seasonal tourist invasion and its accompanying anxieties When the Cape becomes the national focus over a rash of UFO sights, they join forces to get to the bottom it Despite denials from town officials and the military that UFOs have landed, mass hysteria overcomes the seaside community In addition to the frantic humans, Astro, Ken’s Golden Retriever has also been acting strangely Joining the invasion is Klick, the promiscuous leader of a spandexclad UFO cult whose members want to “amalgamate” with the Fornacisians when their spaceship lands Mel learns that when dealing with wing nuts, the truth isn’t necessarily “out there” Tom Frasier, an infamous proponent of crashed saucers and frozen alien bodies, claims the local military base houses some intriguing secrets After a visit from the FBI gives legitimacy to Tom’s story, Ken will ultimately decide how far he’s willing to go to witness humanity’s greatest close encounter

10 thoughts on “High Strangeness

  1. P.S. Winn P.S. Winn says:

    This intriguing book is written with humor as UFO's strike Cape Cod and a group of people are in search of some answers. Close encounters take readers into a story that is intriguing and will also have the reader smiling at the antics along the way.

  2. Albert Stevens Albert Stevens says:

    Entertaining storyline that holds the reader's interest. The shifting first person narration was well done, except the chapters from alien perspective. I think the authors went a little too far to expect the reader to translate binary code to text. It can be done, I did it, but it is a cumbersome task to expect from the average reader.

    The book had some editing issues with grammar, word usage and spelling errors. Not enough to make it unreadable, but does cause disruption in reading to those who value the English language.

  3. David David says:

    Loved it-familiarity with the locale an added bonus - Quirky Shades of Vonnegut for genius and nostalgia-writing feels intimate and without pretention.

  4. Rae Gee Rae Gee says:

    This is absolutely what I was looking for when I went hunting for UFO fiction. I was 100% done with reading novels about crashed UFOs being held captive by government agents and aliens with nefarious plans. I was looking for something quirky, and fun with a touch a realism.

    High Strangeness follows several characters, including Ken's dog. That threw me when I first one of the dog's chapters so if an anthropomorphised dog isn't your thing you may want to skip this book. Although it does add an extra something to the story. The book is also highly localised to the Cape Cod area, an area that is gaining some traction as having weird things happen (See the Bridgewater Triangle). Fun reading and you can get through it in a couple of hours. Perfect if you're currently stuck in quarantine.

  5. Walter Ponath Walter Ponath says:

    Cute story. Enjoyed the alien binary jokes. It would be nice to read some continued exploits with the same characters.

  6. J.D. Schechter J.D. Schechter says:


    Maybe this should be read stoned. Reading it straight was a lot like pulling off a fresh scab, only less satisfying

  7. Terry Fusco Terry Fusco says:


    It was so full of insane ramblings , I have never read anything so idiotic. I will not be read any mot
    Re from this writer.