• Inclination

  • A Far Future Novella
  • By: William Shunn
  • Narrated by: William Shunn
  • Length: 2 hrs and 3 mins
  • 3.7 out of 5 stars (16 ratings)

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Inclination

By: William Shunn
Narrated by: William Shunn
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Jude Plane is just a typical teenage boy - for a boy who lives in a cloistered religious enclave on a giant space station, that is. Jude's faith forbids him from using advanced technology, but that resolve will be put to the test when his father sends him to work outside the enclave, unloading freight at the station's hub. There Jude will make friends stranger than any he's known, and find himself confronted by choices he couldn't have imagined just days earlier. But will he solve the biggest mystery of all: the question of who he really is?
©2007 William Shunn (P)2007 William Shunn

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As humans continue to progress in knowledge, we will continue to stumble over culture. In a way, this story is a tragedy, echoing current conditions despite amazing scientific advances, but here we are enjoying a piece of literature, but also endowing upon ourselves the power of prophecy; we need not repeat history. The author integrates actual religious practice in another time and place, and also encourages us to ask questions.

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