Communion by Walter Greason

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A criminal and an infant usher in an era of peace on Earth. Together, they are the avatar -- Ka. The Ka enjoys only a short life when its two forces explode apart and forget their identities. The Earth falls back into alienation, chaos, and apathy. Communion tells the story of how Rosha and Danzuro rediscover their identities, unravel the flaws of the united Ka, and confront the architect of the world's new suffering. It is top-notch fantasy writing in a gripping, stream-of-consciousness style.

About Walter Greason

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Walter Greason possesses an imagination shaped by authors Ursula Le Guin, Octavia Butler, Philip K. Dick, William Gibson, Nalo Hopkinson, and Isaac Asimov.  The influences of comic book geniuses Chris Claremont, Frank Miller, Dwayne McDuffie, Kurt Busiek, and Christopher Priest are also apparent.  Greason lives in Pennsylvania and is working on a prequel to Communion.
Published March 9, 2007 by AuthorHouse. 116 pages
Genres: Health, Fitness & Dieting, Self Help. Non-fiction

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