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The Time Stone 2: The Curse Of The Jade Dragon, Part I By Jeffrey Estrella
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The "Time Stone Team" of Tina, Drax, and Mercedes are back with the Uplifted entity of James and their new friends Joshua and Bill the dragon who will work as a team to fight the evil... More > forces of the Machination and the mysterious Shadow Blob force travelling throughout the world turning human beings into beasts. This is the first part of this dynamic and powerful sequel pitting friendship and virtuous wisdom against ultimate evil.< Less
SHATTERED By Joe Melendez
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This is the hardcover version of SHATTERED, the 1st release from JM's the Drianna sequences. It has the feel of a novel/comic book/album art.
SHATTERED (paperback) By Joe Melendez
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A short novel from JMs "The Drianna Sequences" as seen on TheJadeMachine
SHATTERED By Joe Melendez
eBook (PDF): $2.18
This is the hardcover version of SHATTERED, the 1st release from JM's the Drianna sequences. It has the feel of a novel/comic book/album art.
SHATTERED (paperback) By Joe Melendez
eBook (PDF): $2.38
A short novel from JMs "The Drianna Sequences" as seen on TheJadeMachine
What Is Man? and Other Essays By Mark Twain
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"What Is Man?", published by Mark Twain in 1906, is a dialogue between a young man and an older man jaded to the world. The title refers to Psalm 8-4, which begins 'what is man, that you... More > are mindful of him...'. It involves ideas of destiny and free will, as well as of psychological egoism. The Old Man asserted that the human being is merely a machine, and nothing more. The Young Man objects, and asks him to go into particulars and furnish his reasons for his position. The work appears to be a genuine and an earnest debate of his opinions about human nature, rather than satirical. Twain held views similar to that of the old man prior to writing 'What is Man?'. However, he seems to have varied in his opinions of human freedom. Isaac Asimov apparently had in mind this story when he wrote "... That Thou Art Mindful of Him", since Asimov's title is from the same Bible verse, and two of Asimov's robots debate the same subject.< Less

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