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Continuum 2012 - Second Edition - eBook

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You never expect to see beings from another dimension. When faced with the inevitable truth of the Continuum, in which you live, you see that violence, fear, and hatred are stitched right through it. Spread curves of reality can intermingle, if the time is right. This story is a glimpse into just one of those possibilities. Time and space are bent and reality twisted, easily, by these alien beings. We realize that we're the endangered zoological fauna of the galaxy, ranched out, on this planet, until the round-up. This tortured science fiction novelette is geared for generation X'ers, struggling to understand this galactic law. Burnouts, bums, and boozers will all find a piece of themselves in this story. You might even find yourself laughing at the incredulity of the possibilities which this book reports. It is an alien story, after all. The depicted aliens are only completely terrifying in their power, they're not the knarly, eat your face, kind of aliens.
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Product Details

ISBN
9781365383595
Edition
Second Edition
Publisher
PEL Publishing, USA
Published
September 16, 2016
Language
English
File Format
ePub
File Size
225.92 KB

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Printable? Yes
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