Mamapacha's Journey

Mamapacha's Journey

by Otis V Goodwin III

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Overview

Fourth in the Site 39 Science-Fiction series, Mamapacha's Journey reveals ancient alien contacts, assistance given to struggling humans in a threatening world. and growth of humanity's place in this great but challenging universe. An alien seeks only to find a place a place of refuge, a new home for her civilization. In the process, she encounters early humans struggling merely to survive on Earth. Vignettes demonstrate the compassion of the aliens and assistance that remain evident in ancient legends and artifacts. Behind the scenes, Mamapacha is revealed as a guiding light for humanity as it strives to succeed and reach for the stars. Her quiet and covert actions are found to be responsible for many events, successes and advancements that could not or would not not have occurred without Devine or extraterrestrial influence or intervention.
Human relationships are found throughout the writing with respect, love, compassion and tolerance evident in principal characters.
Mamapacha's Journey is for the survival of her own civilization and is played out in a setting hardly imaginable for most humans, but along the way great commonality of life's purposes and characteristics of the two life forms become apparent.

Product Details

ISBN-13: 9781522852445
Publisher: CreateSpace Publishing
Publication date: 02/26/2016
Pages: 192
Product dimensions: 5.25(w) x 8.00(h) x 0.41(d)

About the Author

Otis V. Goodwin III was born in Birmingham, Alabama, USA in 1935. His early years were in a small southern US town with summer celebrations, church, swimming in a muddy creek, bicycling through the countryside, hayrides, football, and summers working on a farm. The local library was important to the author after WWII. The patient librarians guided him to books like authors such as H. G. Wells, Jules Verne, Roy Rockwood, Robert Heinlein and Ray Bradbury. That reading stimulated interest in a career with the US Government in the business end of aerospace technology, as well as life-long education. The language of missiles, rockets and spacecraft became very familiar. After the long career, there was time to write. There was nothing better to do than create up-to-date stories of the type that evoked the young boy's inquisitive streak and led to an interesting and exciting career. The author is retired in North Carolina with his wife of over 46 years, the love of hs life, Elizabeth.

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