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by John Bushore

Author: John Bushore
Subcategory: Genre Fiction
Language: English
Publisher: MonkeyJohn Books (January 30, 2012)
Pages: 196 pages
Category: Fiction and Literature
Rating: 4.7
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Necessary Evil examines the atrocities of war through the eyes of an innocent, a young man who doesn’t have a dog in the fight. Necessary Evil - John Bushore. In 1944, American forces attack the small, Japanese-held island of Tinian. Tedtaotao, an orphaned native boy, must avoid both forces to survive. Chapter One. Bullies.

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MonkeyJohn Books, 2011), BOY IN CHAINS (MJ Books, 2011), NECESSARY EVIL (MJ Books, 2012) and the anthology GOING NATIVE (MJ Books 2012). Dozens of my stories and poems, mostly science fiction and horror, have been published in magazines and anthologies. I'm a 3-time winner of the independently judged James Award and two of my stories are included in a university course in Gothic and horror literature.

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John Bushore is a novelist and short story writer of speculative fiction and has also published poetry. Boy in Chains (Young reader - Historical) - MonkeyJohn Books, 2011. Necessary Evil (WWII historical) - MonkeyJohn Books 2012. A three-time winner of the James B. Baker Award (2002, 2004, and 2005), his stories and poems have appeared in many magazines and anthologies. Two of his stories ("Going Native" and "Monkey Bottom") are included in the Exotic Gothic, part of an international studies course in Gothic and Horror Literature.

Why is someone-or something-killing campers in remote False Cape Park? Autopsies reveal their throats have been torn out by a large canine. Locals recall a colonial-times legend of the "wolfwraith. New ranger, Shadow Fletcher, a one-handed Native American, feels ancient evil as he finds body after body, while park authorities try to cover everything up. He becomes the main suspect, which dredges up old secrets, yet he finds romance in the midst of an .

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Necessary Evil Lyrics what I've become. Blow out the candles, I need not a wish for I am everything Now crawl to my boots and lick Kneel before me. I'ma have my cake and fucking eat you too. It's my party and I'll die when I want to Die when I want to, die when I want to The monster you've made is wearing the crown I'll be the king and you be the clown I'll take the blame (and) parade it around You’ve made me the villain you can’t live without.

From Infogalactic: the planetary knowledge core. Bushore, John (2007). Danel Olson, ed. Exotic Gothic: Forbidden Tales from Our Gothic World (Hardback e. Ashcroft, British Columbia: Ash-Tree Press. ISBN 978-1-55310-099-7. lt;templatestyles src "Module:Citation/CS1/styles. John, Bushore (2008). Exotic Gothic 2: New Tales of Taboo (hardback e. He also writes for children as "MonkeyJohn," the author of the fantasy poetry book What's Under The Bed? and The Spacemonkey Adventures, serialized in the quarterly Beyond Centauri magazine.

When you’re stuck in the middle of a tiny island as two armies wage war, life is as cheap as the cost of a bullet. In 1944, American forces attack the small, Japanese-held island of Tinian. Tedtaotao, an orphaned native boy, must avoid both armies to survive. The Americans win, and Ted is thrown into a detention camp, but eventually becomes “adopted” by a squadron after he exposes a Japanese spy. When a massive force of U.S. bombers arrives on Tinian, he notices a few things that put him onto a top-secret project. Despite the risk of being shot as a spy, he stows away on a plane headed out to drop some sort of special “gadget” on Japan. At the end of the war, which nation will end up owning his homeland, the Marianas Islands? Ted, who has watched the war as a neutral, must decide who is worse, the Japanese who committed atrocities against his people, or the Americans who have unleashed the fires of hell and killed many thousands of innocents.