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LitStack’s Two-A-Day Giveaway 12/21/11: Crim And Denek Chronicles

Crim And Denek Chronicles by Ralph Ewig If being free means freedom of desire, how can you be free as long as you desire to be so? Join Denek and Crim as they dissect the meaning of freedom with the pointed efficiency of the battle hardened space trooper, sure to make any academic cringe in […]

Crim And Denek Chronicles

by Ralph Ewig

If being free means freedom of desire, how can you be free as long as you desire to be so?

Join Denek and Crim as they dissect the meaning of freedom with the pointed efficiency of the battle hardened space trooper, sure to make any academic cringe in disapproval: it’s theory versus practice and force-projection instead of analytical referencing – strangely thought provoking and yet thoroughly disrespectful at the same time.

Both the beginning and the end of the Crim and Denek Chronicles (yeah we know that’s weird), start here to dive into the strange world of the Novacula conflict.

We are giving away 10 e-books copies of this title!

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3 responses to “LitStack’s Two-A-Day Giveaway 12/21/11: Crim And Denek Chronicles”

  1. somberbee@gmail.com' JennSommersby says:

    Sounds intriguing! Count me in: s o m b e r b e e (at) g m a i l (dot) c o m. :o)

  2. elisha.dew@gmail.com' Elisha says:

    Thought-provoking AND disrespectful? Sounds right up my alley!

  3. robertschmitzberlin@googlemail.com' roberlin says:

    So you are a writer, too, Ralph? I am very interested in reading! Thank you, count me in.
    Email robertschmitzberlin. Google's Mailservice.

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