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Dandelion Slap - 9208

Dandelion Slap - 9208

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The greatest earthquake in European history struck the ocean floor on November 1, 1755, off the coast of Portugal, directly beneath the English colony ship Fertile Plow. The ship was crippled by a freakish wave, slowly sinking, her 330 surviving colonists and crew doomed. Their only remaining decision was, how do we spend our last week? For propriety's sake, they decided to begin with a mass wedding. Then they met an unlikely rescuer. 266 years later, their descendants have returned to Earth, somewhat changed. When I walk with you as a man I feel every sorrow and sin and tell you there might be a plan but never reveal how it ends This sequel to Gaia's Wasp tells two intertwined stories: the birth of Wyrm civilization, and its eventual clash with Earth. The two books may be read in either order. With 400 hi-res color photographs and 150,000 words, Dandelion Slap is unlike any sci-fi ever published. About the Author Dr. Insensitive Jerk is the secret lovechild of Robert Heinlein and Ayn Rand. Bob and Ayn couldn't afford the scandal, so they sent the baby Insensitive Jerk away to be raised by George Carlin. George raised the young Insensitive Jerk as his own son, and trained him for a life in the circus. Thus Mr. Jerk entered the adult world well prepared for academia. Eventually, he led six University of Chicago professors to believe they had found the secret to the ring toss. They bet everything, which is how Dr. Jerk forced them to award him a PhD in Financial Economics. The greatest breakthroughs are the stupidest Pictures liven every page of magazine articles and textbooks, but not full-length novels. The closest we've come is the graphic novel, with fewer words than even a screenplay, and for good reason. The reason is that Feelustration is so stupid, no normal person could think of it, but Dr. Insensitive Jerk
ASIN: 0990997146
VSKU: RDV.0990997146.G
Condition: Good
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