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Falling to Destiny

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Our all-too-human hero, Ishmael Starbuck, has no idea who he is. So, when a man with a gun disturbs his silent reverie in the Botanical Gardens in Sydney, he decides to make an adventure out of it. He meets Kim Hawthorne and her friend Hymoliga Eight - a Martian plant with the power of travelling through time and space - and he sets off on an adventure around the cosmos. ...more
Paperback, 122 pages
Published September 14th 2009 by G2 Rights (first published 2009)
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Sophie Bradbury
Jan 13, 2013 Sophie Bradbury rated it it was amazing

From the first page of ‘Falling to Destiny’, I felt I was in the company of someone who reads widely, thinks broadly, and ruminates on his thoughts and feelings like an oyster spitting out little softly reflective pearls in which one might see one’s self and the world around. It’s also got warmongering robots, Sea Monks and a Totalitarian government on Titan to provide exciting adventures.
It is the story of amnesiac ‘Ishmael Starbuck’ and his adventures with Kim Hawthorn, an attractive nun from
Mar 21, 2010 Bryan marked it as to-read-2-perhaps
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