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The ancient biblical story of Balaam and his talking donkey unfolds once again in a distant apocalyptic future. Here, gaps are filled, details inserted, and spiritual mysteries revealed.

The world finally broke, shattering into small autonomous units. Small tribal communities, not nations, composed the world's social order. Life was simplified, not by plan, but by necessit
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Paperback, 1, 108 pages
Published June 2014 by Createspace
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Joan Mitchell
Sep 21, 2014 Joan Mitchell rated it liked it
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This story is a retelling of the Bible story in Numbers. It shows in a different time period the results of disobeying God. If you like modern day parables then you would enjoy this book. I received this book from Goodreadd.
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This was half bible and half science fiction. I was not a fan of this book.
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Stephen Beam is a native Californian. For many years he was a video game artist, starting out freelancing, then later employed full time at Interplay Entertainment. He created game art as diverse as Nintendo's Mario Brothers to realistic Star Trek worlds. He moved on to work as a graphic artist and web designer, creating games and presentations for various government services such as the Long ...more
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