The Seed

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For seeds to germinate and grow, they must fall on fertile ground. An old man planted a seed one day. Although it was quite accidental, there were, none the less, unplanned consequences. It was never intended the way it happened. The old man perished for that seed, for the idea he planted. The seed sprouted and grew and matured and an evil empire fell, as all evil empires eventually must.

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Words: 11,810
Language: English
ISBN: 9781311078223
About Allen J. Gerzoff

About the author
Allen J. Gerzoff has spent most of his life in the southern Arizona desert where he is now retired from a career in mechanical engineering. The loves of his life are his wife, his children, his grandchildren and his cameras, not always in that order. In retirement, he has achieved some recognition as a landscape and wildlife photographer. Historelic -The First Journal was his first science fiction novel and the first installment of several to come in the not too distant future. Two others of the series are now available here on Smashwords along with several short stories on assorted subjects. There will be more!

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Review by: James Jenkins on Dec. 12, 2013 :
Well written, and not as political as you might be tempted to think. This story is about a seed of an idea, planted at time of difficulty and the look at what the outcome of the seed might ultimately be.
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Review by: Sahara Foley on Nov. 28, 2013 :
I Loved the content of this story. So true. The average American is totally ignorant to what is going on in their country. I am 55 and I see the major changes that have already been put in place for SECURITY reasons. Just another term for enslavement. But you must understand that the Presidential Office is still a figurehead and not the true power behind the throne. The President is just a puppet too and has very powerful people and corporations pulling his strings. Anyway, very well done.
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