When an elite star trooper freezes on the battlefield, Doctor Bill Morris races to find the seed to the hallucination that stopped him flat. Elite troops are tough, fearless, and immune to such attacks. If the enemy has found a new virus, the Empire's iron-fisted dominance may come to an abrupt end.
Richard Alan Dickson, author of G-Blade and Gateway: Left Behind, presents a psychedelic tale from the days of magic mushrooms and mystery tours. With a charming hero and a captivating story, Shooting Stars and Electric Sheep is a bold trip that true fans will enjoy.
©2012 Richard Alan Dickson (P)2014 Richard Alan Dickson
Sometimes I feel addictid to going down in others stories and I go by feling rather then words.
High, not the best but high.
There are not many storys that is so strait forward in the teory that it is presenting.
The book is to short to have a favorite scen.
No, but it was intressting to think about the theory.
If you listen to this then please think about the theory behind it.
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