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Xenogenesis By J. Richard Jacobs
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XENOGENESIS is a tale of change; inexorable and inevitable. Human beings are always craving change but when it comes it is frightening . . . Sometimes to the point that we would prefer death. Pat... More > Dalworthy is a tracker, ex-pilot cadet in space corps and a dabbler in physics. As a Tracker, a hunter of people who would rather not be found, he is the best there is in inner system and, to hear him tell it, outer system, too. One of the problems with being the best is that you sometimes get much, much more than you bargained for. With LARGE PRINT for low eye stress and easy reading.< Less
Eat My Shorts By J. Richard Jacobs
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Take back the darkness and chill of the misty night! Take charge of the mystery and fantasy within you! Let your spirit rise as the Phoenix from the ashes of your shattered present! Regain the... More > independence that only your imagination can give you! Reestablish your right to form your own visions and sounds! Read! And, by all means, read what follows. It is a great beginning for retrieving your life.< Less
Storm Cloud Rising By J. Richard Jacobs
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Come, take a trip down a one-way street to disaster, death and total destruction. Look deeply into the dark, violently boiling gray of a storm cloud rising as the curtain begins to descend on... More > humanity and ask yourself, “Would I be able to survive?” Well, would you? Give it some serious thought.< Less
Seeds of Memory By J. Richard Jacobs
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IN THIS INCREDIBLE, SWEEPING SAGA across thousands of years and hundreds of light years we come face to face with our fears and deep prejudices. It is here, in SEEDS OF MEMORY, that we get an idea of... More > what it means to be "HUMAN" and what "HUMAN" really means. It is here, in SEEDS OF MEMORY, that we are confronted with the need to know colliding head-on with reality. Are we, HOMO SAPIENS SAPIENS, truly the only form that humans can take and is our history the only history? Might there not be others, or others created out of the very stuff of life who are, after all, our brothers and sisters?< Less