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The Shades of Paracelsus

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Anna Waters, 17, a smart girl from a good home, has a passion for natural medicine. Inspired by a medieval miracle worker, she wants to bring the people of her town to better ways of living. Al Flanagan, 24, a smooth talking and super ambitious businessman, works for a multinational pharmaceutical company. He’s not going to let some reckless young schoolgirl threaten his market share or career path. But how far will he go to protect his patch? We all wish every David could overcome their Goliath. But let’s not get too romantic about this; sometimes the Davids of this world are just not patient or clever enough, or perhaps the Goliaths are just too strong. Hmmm. ‘The Shades of Paracelsus’ is also a novel about place. It explores the Illawarra region of Australia, a place where the abrupt and unarguable logic of the escarpment meets the tireless expanse of sapphire waters of a pacific ocean. See how this place shapes the thinking of its people. NOTE:... More > THIS IS A GALLEY PROOF EDITION< Less
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Product Details

Edition
Galley Proof
Publisher
Fomelhaut
Published
October 28, 2012
Language
English
Pages
269
File Format
PDF
File Size
2.83 MB

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