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The Phoenix Diary | © Copyright 2004 - 2013 by GD Deckard

By GD Deckard

Draft 23 Posted Date: 6/20/2013

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Genre:

Hard Science Fiction

Word Count:

35,573

About the Book:

Genetic memories emerge in three teens as they search the postmodern American West for an ancient tome. Some say the Phoenix Diary is a computer with the technical data needed to rebuild their lost civilization or an almanac for restoring earth to a Garden of Eden or an ancient tome written by a man from the stars telling of mankind’s true beginning and ultimate destiny. "None of that is true, of course," Otero's father tells him. "People just need stories like that to remind them of what they can achieve." But a man from the past ruthlessly pursues Otero, Rhia and Marc through the ruins of Denver to the Rocky Mountains and into an Ancient Vault because he knows the Phoenix Diary is everything they think it is and more powerful than they can guess: It foretells the next step in human evolution. Video

About the Author:

GD Deckard decided, at the age of 17, to write about life and now, six grandchildren later, he hopes to God he's completed the necessary research.

Author's Note:

Feel free to review any chapter and let me know what you think of what you read. My own cold appraisal is the thing needs smoothing out, that there are reading bumps in the flow. Please be specific where appropriate and don't feel you need to soften criticism. I've learned a lot from Book Country writers. And, Thank You :)

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