The Ocean Depths by Jorge L. Perez-Jara
(Volume 1)

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The Ocean Depths - Ancient mythology has always pointed toward the belief that man originated from the skies. It says that we are the product of genetic manipulation, but what if the folklore of old held some truth? How would humans react to such an assertion? Would we welcome it? Or would we simply say that it was blasphemy? The men and women of the USS George H.W. Bush have been tasked to find out just what is the truth and what is myth. They are the spear that will uncover the truth behind what we perceive as simple legends and myths. The question is…will we believe what they have uncovered and what an enigmatic African tribe called the Dogon have always preached as the truth?
 

About Jorge L. Perez-Jara

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Jorge L. Perez-Jara graduated from Mesa High School in Mesa, Arizona in 1986. After graduation, he attended Arizona State University and joined the United States Air Force shortly afterwards. He is a military Veteran who served during the 1990-91' Gulf War "Desert Shield/Desert Storm" in the Middle East. He has traveled extensively to many parts of the world, while he served in the U.S. Air Force and has seen and experienced many things. While he served on Active Duty, he had the opportunity to interact with different people and cultures. He was Honorably Discharged and now enjoys spending his time writing, researching ancient cultures, and coaching youth sports. His writings consist of personal experiences as well as Science Fiction. He is married with six children.
 
Published October 29, 2012 by CreateSpace Independent Publishing Platform. 318 pages
Genres: Science Fiction & Fantasy, Action & Adventure, Literature & Fiction, War. Fiction

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