The Dothorian Door

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The Dothorian Door is an adventure story fraught with death defying decisions and courage beyond compare. Young Cayce Davis lets his curiosity get the best of him and steps into a mysterious light on Dorian's Ridge only to be teleported two hundred years into the future. Here he finds the last of the human race battling a superior alien species, both of whom are on the verge of extinction.

A few days hinder if someone would have told him he was going to be the savior of millions...

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Overview

The Dothorian Door is an adventure story fraught with death defying decisions and courage beyond compare. Young Cayce Davis lets his curiosity get the best of him and steps into a mysterious light on Dorian's Ridge only to be teleported two hundred years into the future. Here he finds the last of the human race battling a superior alien species, both of whom are on the verge of extinction.

A few days hinder if someone would have told him he was going to be the savior of millions of people Cayce Davis would have scoffed and laughed in their faces. Yet now as he sat on his father's deathbed, he realized no one else could do what needed to be done. If the human race were to survive, he would not only have to succeed in out battling his incarnate father, but win over the hearts and minds of an alien species known as the Dothorians. He would have to teach them, life, begotten by death, is life not at all, but a surrogate worth not living. And in doing so, he, the boy and student, would grow to become the man and teacher.

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Product Details

  • ISBN-13: 9780595321322
  • Publisher: iUniverse, Incorporated
  • Publication date: 11/1/2004
  • Pages: 384
  • Product dimensions: 0.85 (w) x 6.00 (h) x 9.00 (d)

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  • Anonymous

    Posted February 16, 2005

    A wonderful book

    Its a great story and John sure does have a way with words, its amazing how, he describes things so it makes you see them so clearly as if you are right there. cant wait for the next book to come out so i can read it. Keep up the good work John and give us more good reading.,

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