The Lesser Repository

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Mankind flourishes in a distant future ruled by densely populated Cities. After the biggest arrest of his life, Detective Ben Reiner plays a dangerous game with a psychopathic cult member of the Cullers.

Reiner soon discovers the truth of their plot, and faces an unspeakable choice. Aid in the Cullers' grisly work, or allow the world's last renewable resource to run out forever: the human soul.
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Price: Free! USD

Words: 32,050
Language: English
ISBN: 9781301885541
About DaVaun Sanders

If imagination was a mutant power, DaVaun Sanders could have enrolled at 1407 Graymalkin Lane. Instead, he went the safe route and earned a Bachelor's degree from Washington University in St. Louis in 2002. He eventually acquiesced to the student loan gods and took up architecture in Phoenix. Yet his passion for the field faded as he spent more free time writing and performing spoken word poetry.

The Seedbearing Prince began as a dream vivid enough to play like a movie trailer. Deciding to write the debut novel took some time, as it wasn't part of "The Plan," but the housing market collapse forced DaVaun's small design firm under in 2008. He decided to plunge into writing full-time, and is loving every minute of it. When the keyboard cramps his fingers, DaVaun gets lost in the great outdoors of Arizona or hits up open mic spots in the Valley. He responds to email from fans, but postcards are even better!

DaVaun is currently hard at work editing Part II of The Seedbearing Prince. Follow him on Twitter and like on Facebook for updates and giveaways!

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Review by: John Private on March 08, 2013 : (no rating)
A waste of time and mind.
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Review by: Akash Sharma on March 08, 2013 :
The one thing I hate most is that to be cheated and that what the author of this novella did. I downloaded this free eBook because I thought it had some thirty two thousand words but instead it only had eleven thousand words and the rest were the free chapters of another novel that I did not like.

Now I am not going to comment on the story or the free chapters but would definitely say that it is a wrong practice to dupe readers by misrepresenting the length of the novella. The author could have released the free chapters on scribd and provided a link in the novella instead of including the free chapters in the novella itself.
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