Assimilation - Book Two of the Company Wars Chronicle

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The future can never escape from the past no more than situations can remain the same. Such too can be said of each and every person, but you and I are not always who we seem to be, even to ourselves let alone to a stranger. In some the secrets are even deeper, so deep that even they are unaware of their place or of the course that fate has laid out before them.
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Assimilation: Book Two of the Company Wars Chronicle

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Overview

The future can never escape from the past no more than situations can remain the same. Such too can be said of each and every person, but you and I are not always who we seem to be, even to ourselves let alone to a stranger. In some the secrets are even deeper, so deep that even they are unaware of their place or of the course that fate has laid out before them.
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Product Details

  • ISBN-13: 9781482563061
  • Publisher: CreateSpace Publishing
  • Publication date: 2/17/2013
  • Pages: 232
  • Product dimensions: 6.00 (w) x 9.00 (h) x 0.49 (d)

Meet the Author

John is not an author, or a novelist, or even a writer: John is a storyteller. Since the dawn of humankind people have sat together and told tales; tales of what they knew and what they feared, tales of mystery and suspense, of spirits and of what evil lurked in the shadows beyond the campfire. These were tales that became fantasy and myth, a tradition that john carries on to this day. But John wasn't always a storyteller, for most of his life he was a traveller of the world: a husband and father, and bringer in of the weekly wage. As John reached middle age and his children began to have their own families he at last had time and opportunity to create the characters that inhabit the strange worlds inside his mind.
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  • Anonymous

    Posted August 9, 2013

    Recommend

    Great part 2 to the saga. Has a reasonable ending that resolves most plot lines instead of a ridiculous cliffhanger. Leaves just enough to make you want to know more.

    Needs a good editor to fix the spelling and grammar issues. They seem to be worse than the first book, but still not detracting from the story ... too much.

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