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rank 4560
word count 17810
date submitted 11.11.2010
date updated 21.01.2014
genres: Fiction, Thriller, Science Fiction,...
classification: adult
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Seeds Of Ascension

Frank Talaber

A soul's growth sometimes involves Pleiadian agents, Reptilian hunters, Ancient Atlanteans and dimensional gateway walking. Not exactly the honeymoon Roger Harrison had planned.

 

In the perfectly normal world a man gets married, goes on a memorable honeymoon and has the time of his life. Only normality ceased for Roger Harrison with the discovery of alien technology within him, guardian angels, reptilian hunters and a sixty thousand year-old Atlantean, inspiring the awareness that memories are the illusion to which reality is draped and all is rarely as it seems in the journey of a soul’s growth.

He begins to realize that time isn’t measured in heartbeats or lifetimes and a heavy price must be paid to stand in the gateway between memory and knowing, reality and illusion. But it is a price Roger must be to willing to pay to thwart those who would doom the ascension of the human race.

The novel is based on the notion that we are not only not alone in this galaxy, but other more advanced races have us under surveillance. Roger and several others are being tested by agents sent from the Pleiades to guide us through an ascension process. The reptilian Zolnar is out to stop this and is hunting down the angels, one of whom, Sherida, finds herself seeking Roger’s help.

 
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Su Dan wrote 95 days ago

good narrative to express your tale and dialogue, too does its job...
backed...
read SEASONS...

fatema wrote 635 days ago

Well inclusive premise, with diary dates, events oriented, sciencetific theme. The article and grounds status. well written. Expressed the feeeling welll, and opipionated with balanced commments and topic.

Good phrases - one small step for man and one giant leaf for mankind. welll said.

Frank Talaber wrote 1088 days ago

Thanks for the kind words.
Frank

You have style, Frank! This is obvious - reading your books means getting enjoyment out of every line! The Prelude is admirable! So beautiful, each sentence carries the unique energy of the author.

"Ed, you've stopped breathing" - here I stopped breathing too, as I grew scared for Ed. But then I understood that it was his admiration for the sight.

The Earthrise - you coin words, and they are so memorable, I'll never forget that one. I'll read all you have here, Frank. You are a real talent!

Ivan

Ivan Amberlake wrote 1089 days ago

You have style, Frank! This is obvious - reading your books means getting enjoyment out of every line! The Prelude is admirable! So beautiful, each sentence carries the unique energy of the author.

"Ed, you've stopped breathing" - here I stopped breathing too, as I grew scared for Ed. But then I understood that it was his admiration for the sight.

The Earthrise - you coin words, and they are so memorable, I'll never forget that one. I'll read all you have here, Frank. You are a real talent!

Ivan

Walden Carrington wrote 1190 days ago

Toto, We're Definitely Not in Kansas Anymore reminds me a movie starring Judy Garland, but this story required far more imagination. Rated with six stars.

Walden Carrington
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MichelleThuis wrote 1253 days ago

Toto, we're totally not in Kansas anymore.

that's what I thought the title would say. then it said definitely instead of totally and I was disappointed. not actually reading this book, but that was my thought, so I thought I'd share.

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