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The Last of the Fisherman

eBook (PDF), 175 Pages
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The Last of the Fisherman is his first novel and illustrates the ability of the human spirit to survive and even excel despite all odds or perhaps because of those very odds. The characters are complex being both conflicted with their humanity and all its failings, coupled with their desire and ability to stand within the ranks of angels. In this story the characters find themselves in the position of being the willing and the unwitting participants in the fulfillment of a lost prophecy. This story is based on the concept of a world where religious beliefs and even the concept of God has been outlawed. The reader will find it interesting that this novel and its presentation for the reasons that these religious beliefs were outlawed. Having been written well before any of the recent sex scandals that have so recently rocked organized religion. At times there is the use of graphic language but only in a manner consistent with a particular character and situations they encounter in the... More > story.< Less
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Product Details

Edition
1st
Publisher
self
Published
January 12, 2006
Language
English
Pages
175
File Format
PDF
File Size
546.26 KB

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Supported Devices Windows PC/PocketPC, Mac OS, Linux OS, Apple iPhone/iPod Touch... (See More)
# of Devices Unlimited
Flowing Text / Pages Pages
Printable? Yes
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