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"Fantastic so far. Very dense themes woven through the story. Witty." Jun 28, 2013 08:13AM

 

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The Shamanic Way of the Bee by Simon Buxton
"Sadly, this book is not just fiction masquerading as fact, it is also a case of plagiarism and intellectual theft.

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