The Pollinator by William G. Reagan
In His Own Words

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"The Pollinator: a tabloid name given to an evolutionary icon, Bill Kerrigan. A journal has been found; for the people of the late twenty-first century it provides a study in development, revealing the mysterious Kerrigan’s phenomenal, sublime and torturous transmutations: in his own words.

In this novel by William G. Reagan, fantasy and fictional memoir commingle. Chapters in the form of brief journal entries function to create a mosaic work that is tinged with stream-of-consciousness episodes. The story chronicles the protagonist’s life of suburban sensuality and his acquisition of superhuman capabilities which are engendered by and mature through the act of surfing. Follow Bill Kerrigan as he gradually discovers that he is--and was always meant to be--a volitant creature. He is a flyer, one who--at a price--can accrue and dispense the gift of bliss.

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Published June 13, 2005 by Xlibris. 500 pages
Genres: Science Fiction & Fantasy, Literature & Fiction. Fiction

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