The Devil's Vial

The Devil s Vial The threat of global warming pushes some well organized and very powerful people to scheme something drastic and lethal Central to their plans is a small clear vial These plans remain undiscovered unt

  • Title: The Devil's Vial
  • Author: Byron Brumbaugh
  • ISBN: null
  • Page: 108
  • Format: Kindle Edition
  • The Devil's Vial

    The threat of global warming pushes some well organized and very powerful people to scheme something drastic and lethal Central to their plans is a small clear vial These plans remain undiscovered until Richard Gregg, a convert to Buddhism struggling to apply what he s learned to a westerner s life, and four companions stumble across the conspiracy Chased, shot at and bThe threat of global warming pushes some well organized and very powerful people to scheme something drastic and lethal Central to their plans is a small clear vial These plans remain undiscovered until Richard Gregg, a convert to Buddhism struggling to apply what he s learned to a westerner s life, and four companions stumble across the conspiracy Chased, shot at and beat up, Richard and his friends know these powers that be are willing to kill to maintain secrecy and further their goals Somehow, the conspirators must be found, along with what they are planning and how to stop them A deadline approaches and whatever is done has to be done quickly, so options are limited Throughout it all, Richard wants to remain true to his beliefs most important, in every circumstance, he must act without violence and approach everything with compassion and loving kindness It is not at all clear he will succeed.

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    1. Bella

      Expected the unexpected in this philosophical conspiracy thriller about karma, enlightenment and the survival of humanity.When Dr. Richard Gregg receives a disturbing phone call telling him that his girlfriend has been abducted, he follows the kidnapper’s instructions to the letter, getting into his car and heading to an abandoned home. Thankfully, his girlfriend is still alive, but the good doctor’s nightmare is just beginning. The perpetrator, an attempted suicide patient Richard treated i [...]

    2. Susan Angela Wallace

      The devil's viral by Bryon Brumbaugh. The threat of global warming pushes some well-organized and very powerful people to scheme something drastic and lethal. Central to their plans is a small clear vial. These plans remain undiscovered until Richard Gregg, a convert to Buddhism struggling to apply what he's learned to a westerner's life, and four companions stumble across the conspiracy. Chased, shot at and beat-up, Richard and his friends know these powers-that-be are willing to kill to mainta [...]

    3. Myrtle Brooks

      The story has more twists and turns than a winding mountain road with roller coaster thrills. Could not set it down for long. What is original in what I would describe as a political horror story, is the protagonist's conflict of conscience. His religious convictions weigh heavily against the taking of another's life for any reason: yet he is placed in the position from the story's beginning to do just that, lest he allow someone innocent to perish if he does not. This theme is prevalent through [...]

    4. Hella Comat

      Can't recommend this one - too many plot holes and unconvincing action. Corrupt government officials and scheming powerful leaders join in a plan to kill off 90% of the world's population as a solution to global warming.

    5. Beth

      Interesting and hought-provoking read, if you can ignore the grammar and tense issues. Would love to edit and polish up this draft.

    6. Rachel

      This was a very entertaining book. There were many ideas for the reader to think about, such as why people buy the things they buy, poverty, difficult choices when it comes to survival, and wanting something that is not needed.While I don't think I'd feel guilty if I had done what Richard was forced to do in the epilogue, I can imagine how conflicting it would be for a doctor to feel the need to take a life out of necessity since doctors usually save lives rather than take them. I really felt wh [...]

    7. Denis Mcgrath

      ER Doctor Richard Gregg kills a crazed man in order to save his girlfriend and is riddled with guilt and trauma. He leaves his practice and becomes a Buddhist monk in Sikkim. At the end of three years his teacher tells him it is time to leave and return to the States. As soon as he arrives, he is chased, shot at, survives an auto accident, and is confronted with run or die scenarios without knowing why until he discovers a pen shaped vial was dropped into his carry bag. From then on it is a helt [...]

    8. Tony Parsons

      Dr. Richard Gregg had got an anonymous call that if he wanted to see his GF Julie 1 last time he better do as he was told. Richard was now in the abandon house. Gary had Julie tied up.He had a revolver & gave Richard a choice.It was not what Richard wanted. He/Gary fought & now Gary lay dead.Richard was taking some well-deserved time off.He was now in Darjeeling, India (Himalayas).Buddhism was his lifestyle for a while. By train he later arrived in Delhi, India.Then back in the US. Georg [...]

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