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Hacker: An Aleph Novella

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Gregory Todd is one of Solomon Aleph's Lieutenants; his most trusted, the Hacker. Gregory's mathematical mind sees things no one else does, but he needs glasses to keep from tripping over cracks in the sidewalk. He created a digital safety net needed by Solomon to drag a Region full of Weres into the current century, but can't remember to eat.

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ebook, 42 pages
Published October 14th 2012
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A Voracious Reader (a.k.a. Carol)
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Gregory Todd is a mathematical genius and practically lives inside a computer. Oh, and he’s a werewolf whose wolf is insane. Good thing the Regional Alpha Solomon Aleph rescued him from his backwards and cruel pack when he was a kid and then appointed him a Lieutenant because Solomon and the other two Lieutenants help him keep his wolf under control. He has the best job ever and a place he feels at home, if not always com
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