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The Gatekeeper and The Guardian, the first episode of the Star Gazer double trilogy, begins with the hero, Jack Barleycorn, being washed ashore on an imaginary island in the South Pacific. Set in the contemporary world of today, he discovers a branch of human kind long thought to be extinct. The islanders have a Stone Age culture, but use an extremely advanced technology, ...more
Paperback, 272 pages
Published October 13th 2015 by Charlotte Greene
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John Morris has stories to tell. His novels are absorbing fiction, which are intense and emotional at times, and funny at others. “I study the Human Species,” he relates. “I share this by writing a rainbow of human emotions. One minute the evocative words may make one cry, and the next, humour dispels the miasma. Good novels, like real life, are a question of balance, and drawing the reader in.”

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