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Old 11-30-2011, 01:21 PM   #1
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'A Fateful Aberration'

Hello, just a few words to introduce my new enovel. A breakdown of the plot can be seen at http://www.hills.pennine.0lx.net/fateful1.htm , so here I'd like to discuss how worthwhile you think it is introducing basic philosophic ideas into an ebook. I have in mind my latest novel 'A Fateful Aberration', and the discussions within the novel which swirl around the notion of men as ends rather than men as means.
The novel is priced at £1.99 on Amazon Kindle.

Any comments please to this forum.

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