Tiny Earth 2 [NOOK Book]

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Somewhere between Monty Python and Douglas Adams orbits tiny earth. This is the sequel to Tiny Earth Declares War on Earth. Earth’s peace committee has failed to destroy tiny earth, and now the president and his team are stuck on our microscopic nemesis. What effect will earthlings have on tiny earth culture? Will the president and his team ever return to our planet?

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Tiny Earth 2

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Overview

Somewhere between Monty Python and Douglas Adams orbits tiny earth. This is the sequel to Tiny Earth Declares War on Earth. Earth’s peace committee has failed to destroy tiny earth, and now the president and his team are stuck on our microscopic nemesis. What effect will earthlings have on tiny earth culture? Will the president and his team ever return to our planet?

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Product Details

  • BN ID: 2940044614581
  • Publisher: JT Pearson
  • Publication date: 6/26/2013
  • Sold by: Smashwords
  • Format: eBook
  • Sales rank: 143,320
  • File size: 97 KB

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JT Pearson is possibly more myth than reality. It is widely believed that he has been around for thousands of years. Archeological digs have uncovered Grecian artwork that suggests that they prayed to him to cure ailments of the feet. Irish legend insists that JT Pearson is that movement in shadow that you’re not certain that you actually saw, or that image at the edge of your peripheral vision that vanishes when you turn toward it. In the upper Midwest of the United States people had claimed that they had several images of JT Pearson captured on film but they were all poor quality and eventually proven to be hoaxes. It is only recently that an artist rendering was discovered in the attic of an old convent that is believed to be authentic. President Richard Nixon had claimed before his death that JT Pearson was the specter that haunted his boyhood home, and quite possibly the reason that his mother left his father for a short time. Nestled among all of these legends and hearsay is the accusation that he is the author of this sight and responsible for the drivel that has been filling your head. Lawyers for JT Pearson advise that if you read his work you do so at your own peril and no form of compensation either monetary or otherwise will be offered for any injuries permanent or short term which are incurred within the pages of his stories. If you’d like to communicate with JT Pearson either burn a photograph of yourself and sprinkle the ashes into the wind at dusk or you may take the more conventional route at thehungryrobot2005@gmail.com P.S. look for novels coming in the near future. For now, please enjoy the many short stories that he has provided for you to read for free. Feedback is much appreciated.
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  • Anonymous

    Posted January 6, 2014

    Good

    Kinda silly but fun

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  • Posted October 14, 2013

    Very funny political humor

    Very funny political humor

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  • Anonymous

    Posted September 24, 2013

    Recommend

    Definitely along the lines of Hitchhiker's Guide to the Universe ...without the towel.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted July 18, 2013

    This book was fantastic. It sort of reminded me of a modern vers

    This book was fantastic. It sort of reminded me of a modern version of Douglas Adams, complete with and underlying social commentary beneath witty silliness. Apparently this writer doesn't care for republicans or democrats, or the privileged. He hides little jabs at our culture and what's current underneath a very unique science fiction series. This is the second in the series following Tiny Earth Declares War On Earth. The first one was excellent as well.. It looks like he has more coming in this series by the way it ends. I sure hope so. Republicans or democrats easily offended may want to avoid this one. Science fiction humor may be one of the most difficult genres to do well but Pearson has done so masterfully. The story works very well on its own without the subtext of our culture but I like when somebody takes a stand. Fantastic!! Read it.

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