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Ten Directions

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The last message of a dying alien world.

A new technology offering unlimited possibilities with catastrophic consequences.

A 22nd Century collision between an ecological revolution and the fading remnants of corporate power.

Exiled CEO, Scientist, Warrior, Monk, and Corporate Clone: thrown together on an odyssey circling the Ten Directions of the solar system and of the human
Published August 22nd 2017 by Samuel Winburn
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Jan 21, 2021 rated it it was amazing
Storylines on Mars, as experienced by Aurora, the 'Wheatbelt Wallaby' had me deeply fascinated .... Despite the seemingly vast and near impossible task of making any planet other than Earth habitable... The magic and mystery of a new planet is there... Whilst calling me to remember the much older and more valuable storylines from Earth: Our true home. One that can't be replaced.
Well placed for those worried about the nature of humanity and what hope might remain in a changed climate. Th
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TW: At least two gratuitous uses of the "n" word.
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Samuel Winburn has spent a very long period of time writing Ten Directions, his debut novel.

He was born and raised in Alaska before relocating to Western Australia two decades ago. He, therefore, has had the privilege of inhabiting both Ends of the Earth. He has been active in the development of the profession of Environmental Accounting through his work building a successful environmental accoun

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