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The Fight for Naturah: The Reclamation

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When U.S President, Mark Ashton, leaves office in the winter of 2085, he is shocked as a cruise across the Pacific Ocean - with his wife Reanna and best friend Bobby Johnston - opens up a gateway to a dark and mysterious world. A world where two unique civilisations, the magical Naturahans, ruled by Queen Samoiyra, and the highly advanced Tekhnans, ruled by Cyphinium, are ...more
Paperback, first, 508 pages
Published April 15th 2009 by Authorhouse
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Cheryl M-M
This story is a mixture of fantasy, sci-fi elements and unknown worlds.
It has a subtle hidden message, which applies to Earth and the way we treat our planet and resources. The way we fight each other to retain those resources. The story sways from one of peace, to political, environmental and the similarities between all races. This is all taking place in a storyline that offers fantastical flying creatures, sci-fi like apparatus and characters with mind powers.

Although I can see that the autho
The was the second book I "won" from the Goodreads giveaway. But I apparently don't have very good luck with this program. The first book I won, I never received and so when I got the notification that I won this book I was really excited! Only to find out what I had "won" was a discount code to buy the ebook. While I don't agree this is a free book giveaway, I went ahead and purchased the ebook anyway just to have a chance at participating.

This book should be labeled YA since nobody over the ag
Larry B Gray
A good read with action and interesting charactors. It really makes you ponder some of the basic issues we face on our planet today.
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Born in London England, from a young age Lloyd Blake enjoyed reading comics and writing short stories. Lloyd Blake first began writing for ezines - writing music reviews on up and coming artist releases and articles on music artists. Lloyd graduated from London Metropolitan University in 2006 and during a break from studying decided embark on a lifelong ambition of writing a novel.

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