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Joseph Asphahani

Reader, gamer, enthusiastic applicant for whatever cybernetic limb-replacement program you have in mind. Author of "The Animal in Man."   See more at http://joseph-asphahani.squarespace.com
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Embark on an adventure that leads Maxan, a cunning fox, to uncover technological marvels and truths about his world that will forever change the fate of all species, be they animals, or mankind itself.
Books Joseph Recommends
I've been on a Western kick lately. If you're even slightly intrigued by the genre, "Eldon Quint" is worth your time. And the writing is superb, no matter your interest.
In 1883, a man is hunted for the mistakes of his brother, while a black servant girl attempts to flee her lecherous master. Through pain and hardship, their paths cross unexpectedly, hurtling them toward an uncertain future.
J. Danielle Dorn has something special going on in Devil's Call. Reminds me of a Hellboy-esque witchcraft western. Very badass.
Pregnant witch exacts revenge on the cowards who shot her man: a Western.
Follow this seriously engaging Draft that has a seriously good shot at the Launchpad contest! See for yourself why Robert Batten's work is worth your time.
The Blight changed everything. Eighty years later, humanity is almost extinct. They survive only by the grace of the Melior, only so long as they remain viable food.
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