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The most unique sci-fi novel I’ve read in years.

What happens when the world gets too optimized? Joel E. Lorentzen, the author, answers that question in his unique, inventive and thought-provoking novel, Proles - a novel about 2084. In the not too distant future, the gap between the have’s and the have nots is as wide as it has ever been, but not for the reason you may think. Money is not the cause in the future, optimization more 

Book By Author:  Erik B Kaye

Eagles in the flesh
 Eagles in the flesh
 The book is a full throttle naughty narrative of what hang gliding was like in its' "Golden Era". The ecstasy and agony of the sport where you become a bird at will is poignantly and passionately depicted in the stories that should be made into a movie like Dog Town or The Endless Summer. It is based on a true story about men who soar like Eagles over Mountains and Jungles, who dance among the up drafts and get sucked inside thunder storms, watching life flash before their eyes while riding emergency parachutes, who encounter the Dinosaurs, Drunk Russians, Coked up Brazilians, Bar Fighting Bikers and the Glider Swallowing Black Canyon. Back on the surface they experience car wrecks, bar fights, knife fights, gun play, drug abuse, laughter, sex and death. If you love adventure, this one may make you pee your pants.
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Author:  Erik B Kaye