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Almost Human Arius De Winter

Almost Human

Arius De Winter

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Almost Human, the age old story of mans lust for power, his over whelming need of government, war, the advance of science and the misuse of medical technology, will it be the demise of us all...or will mankind find a solution to the problems hesMoreAlmost Human, the age old story of mans lust for power, his over whelming need of government, war, the advance of science and the misuse of medical technology, will it be the demise of us all...or will mankind find a solution to the problems hes created? This fictional story set in what could be the future of humanity, where normal child birth is outlawed but deemed no longer needed, a method if you will for murder, sets the the pace of mankinds doom. Mankind stands on the brink of destruction, Simon in love with Ethan, struggles though war, murder and the death of his own son in an effort to save what is left of mankind.• This book is a unique with additional characters, new theme and new ending• I hold all copy rights for this unique book.• We produced this book with the intent to create an original work of gay fiction, based on, a Gutenberg reference or story line and creating from that a new work with completely gay storylines, people or characters, references to include gay relationships, sex, love and issues and,• The Gutenberg reference: http://www.gutenberg.org/wiki/Categor... - this book has been written for the gay community and is intended for the adult reader. All our books created with a foundation originating from this source will now have this statement for research purposes. We have written this book to include gay characters, gay relationships and gay themes. The story line will relate to a gay character and the gay community creating an original work with gay relationships and endings.*The book has unique, hand-crafted additional content addressing historical references both fictional and accurate, providing new, hand crafted content created by Lyle Doux, and Frederick Morris, and Spence Keegan(pen names), (also Pen name Alice Longworth) - August 2013.* This book is unique in that it is translated from English to French. Translation by Frederick Morris, Sept 2013, Provided individually.• Many of the events in this book are real with many fictionalized, additional characters added, names and locations altered.• The book has unique, hand-crafted additional content addressing the Gay Community, using Gay terminology, events, providing new, hand crafted gay romance content created by Frederick Morris and Spence Keegan, March 2012.The book has unique, hand-crafted additional content addressing the Gay Community, using Gay terminology, events, providing new, hand crafted content, new ending, new characters created by Lyle Doux, Spence Keegan, March 2012.• The Basis of this book comes from, The Gutenberg reference: http://www.gutenberg.org/wiki/Categor...Ghost, by Frederick Morris, 1999, Talking to Ghosts, by Frederick Morris 1982, Don’t go in the Water, by Frederick Morris 2013, Varney The Vampire by James Rymer, 1845, Edgar R. Burroughs, Tarzan, 1913,and Tarzan King of the Jungle 1914 Kama Sutra, Richard Burton 1883, SEX by Frederick Morris 1988, The Texas Ranger, by Frederick Morris 1999, Germany- The Casting of a Horse Shoe, by Frederick Morris, 1983- The Romance of Isabel Lady Burton, 1899- The New Land, by Elma Levinger, 1920- The Book of One Thousand and One Nights, by Richard Burton, 1885, Lilith, by George Mac Donald, 1895- Sinbad and the Balloon Kingdom, by Arius De Winter, Two Boys in Wyoming, by Edward Ellis, 1898, the Cowboy, by Lyle Doux 1983 and The Romance, by Frederick Morris 1988, Invaders from the Infinite, by John Campbell, 1932, and “A Log of a Cowboy”, by Andy Adams, 1903.The Prince, by Niccolo, Machiavelli, 1909, Dracula by Frederick Morris 1980. A room with a view by E. M. Forster, 1908 and Priates by Howard Pyle 1949. The Passion Play by Mr. Stead at Ober-Ammergau, King of the Jews, William Stead, 1902. Men, Women, and Ghosts, by Elizabeth Phelps, 1870, Dickon the Devil, by Sheridan Le Fanu, 1896.