Switch Child 2

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Karl Hoffman has an adopted son like no other. Colin's mind is six years old, while his body is six feet underground. The child now exists in the electrical conduits of computers, cables and power lines. How do you raise a child who can only communicate via digital media? What kind of great service can such an intelligence render humanity? What kind of damage is he capable of? More
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Words: 12,090
Language: English
ISBN: 9781301861132
About David Howells

Doctor of Chiropractic since 11/1984.
Former Chief of Nuclear Medicine, Lutheran Medical Center, St. Louis, MO.
Volunteer EMT, Hurley Fire and Rescue Squad, Hurley NY.
Folk musician, volunteer soundman for the Hudson Valley Folk Guild.
Kiwanis Club of Kingston.
Society for Creative Anachronism fighter, archer, and chirurgeon.
Greetings and welcome to my website. Thanks for stopping by. I welcome you to download VANESSA with my complements and see if you like the style. I'm told by readers the first two chapters are a slow acceleration (others say 'no problem') and then it takes off from there as a great page turner. Each of the four sequels had good reviews on first released a few years back, so I hope you'll try those as well. Time Snap and Hell Rise were more recent efforts I hope you'll like. The short stories have been a lot of fun to write, and are getting good response levels. Thank you all so very much! Long and merry life, best of health,
David L Howells

PS: I've done my best to filter out errors in the copy, but if you see one on any of the works, please notify me at twosword at earthlink dot net? I'd appreciate it (just include a three word sequence and which title, and I'll fix it with a search and correct).

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Review by: D J Christian on Aug. 07, 2013 :
Another delightful read by the good Dr. I so enjoy the way he makes the character so very real - not matter how unusual and unique the story line is. It is also so pleasurable to have stories that continue on into a series. You get to know and enjoy the characters and then there is always the possibility of Doc throwing in one of his unique twists.
Whenever I finish one of his books, I always want there to be more. I'm looking forward to the next book in this series.
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