Seeds of Memory (2020)

Seeds of Memory In this incredible sweeping saga across thousands of years and hundreds of light years we come face to face with our fears and deep prejudices It is here in Seeds of Memory that we get an idea of w
  • Title: Seeds of Memory
  • Author: J. Richard Jacobs
  • ISBN: 2940000095768
  • Page: 305
  • Format: Nook
  • In this incredible, sweeping saga across thousands of years and hundreds of light years we come face to face with our fears and deep prejudices It is here, in Seeds of Memory, that we get an idea of what it means to be Human and what Human really means It is here, in Seeds of Memory, that we are confronted with the need to know colliding head on with reality Are we,In this incredible, sweeping saga across thousands of years and hundreds of light years we come face to face with our fears and deep prejudices It is here, in Seeds of Memory, that we get an idea of what it means to be Human and what Human really means It is here, in Seeds of Memory, that we are confronted with the need to know colliding head on with reality Are we, Homo Sapiens, truly the only form that humans can take and is our history the only history Might there not be others, or others created out of the very stuff of life who are, after all, our brothers and sisters In this story we find that the lines that divide have indistinct and fuzzy edges and that we are the ones who make those divisions Here we discover humanity at its best, its worst, and everything in between while we attempt to reunite two peoples separated by time and space and other things This is a speculative look into a far flung future disaster that could actually happen and well might, someday and how the human species reacts to it It could even be said that it is a look at a future history
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