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Thursday, April 11, 2013

Orangeberry Book Tours – The Garden by Paul T Harry

7:00 AM Posted by James Noel , 1 comment

After being chosen as the new Planetary Progressors for Terran, an earth-like world reeling from the insurgency of the Tro^axk rebellion, Adam and Eve have no idea what to expect in their new vocation. But with three years of intense training under their belt they are sent across the universe to take command of a planet that has grown stagnate in time. Awakening naked in a pyramid temple upon a garden peninsula called Eden, Adam and Eve begin their mission: A mission destined to transform Terran from the backwards cultural cesspool it has become and to prepare its inhabitants for the next evolutionary epoch. The only obstacle, Mikatta, the planet’s previous ruler and the tribespeople he holds under his spell.

Nearly every religion and society in the world today begins with the story of Adam and Eve. And yet, this most basic story is couched in mysticism, myth, and vague detail. Did such a couple really exist? Were they the first man and woman on our planet, or is there more to the story?

For two hundred thousand years the Neanderthal race ruled Earth, then mysteriously, 40,000 years ago they disappeared forever leaving behind a new race of people — the Cro-Magnon.  Why?  What happened back then that changed our history forever?

The Garden of Eden — a perfect home built and designed for two people until the serpent arrived. Who was the serpent? And what was he doing there in the first place? Is there a chance that the serpent is actually a reference to some hidden sexual transgression?

Imagine traveling billions of light years across space to settle an unknown world populated by primitive barbarians. Imagine being alone, just you and your spouse, the two of you in charge of an entire world with only your faith and your mission to guide you — and, of course, the devil waiting for that fatal mistake.

Could you have done things better?   

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Genre – Sci-Fi / Historical / Contemporary

Rating – NC17 for explicit sex

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