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Strands of Silk and Fire (Dreamcatcher Fallacy Cycle #2)

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To what extremes would you go to return humankind to its full creative potential after generations of game-leveling genetic tampering?

For the followers of a martyred genetic engineer named James Illion, the answer is obvious—all the way to the very edge of the death of civilization itself. Joshua 1011, the artificially created son of Illion, finds he is the carrier of a d
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Paperback, First Paperback Edition, 562 pages
Published January 2014 by Createspace
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Paul
Mar 30, 2016 Paul rated it really liked it  ·  review of another edition
book #2 is awesome but book #3 is nowhere to be found, not even a mention of it
K.B. Nelson
Jan 30, 2014 K.B. Nelson rated it it was amazing  ·  (Review from the author)
This post is by the author: Here is a sample of the novel for your enjoyment!

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Strands of Silk and Fire

The agricultural transport outbound for Company Central, Earth, glided along its predetermined path, her stabilizing fins thrust out from her sleek gray hull like flippers. The main bridge and communications array crested on what might conventionally be called her spine and then slanted down and away toward her tail. She would never land on any of the settled planets; like any whale, t
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Ambre
Jul 21, 2015 Ambre rated it really liked it
Shelves: gay-fiction
The first book in this series blew me away. This book is less amazing. It is a good book, but also flawed.

This book flows. Joshua as he tries to avoid the path laid out for him by his creator /father. Unfortunately, he is already on the path unwittingly. This is the first major flaw. There is no reason he should not have been able to figure out that he was walking into a trap. He as given the information necessary to figure it out but just... didn't? This isn't really consistent with his charact
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K.B. Nelson holds a master’s degree in comparative religion and loves teaching yoga, qigong and adult education classes when she is not writing, crafting fiber art or running after the sheep in her backyard. “My grandfather once said he was a jack of all trades and master of none. I think I have managed to live into that same sentiment my whole life, and I can’t say it has ever disappointed me.” ...more
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