Star Fight - Book 2 of The Planet Perfecters

The infinitely recombining, seemingly indestructible star creatures have spread out around the world, offering perfect answers for every question. The cost? 1-2 human lives per answer. A small price to pay, according to some. But the questions are endless. The humans aren't. Who can stop the perfecters before everyone is perfectly dead? Somebody should ask the drunk. More
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About Daniel W. Shegrud

I'm from Renton, Washington, originally and except for two years in Rexburg Idaho and four months in Kingston, New York, lived there from 1960 (the year I was born) until 2008, when Mary and I moved to Spokane.

Here are a few more ridiculously compelling details about me, in case you're interested: I have five sons, one daughter, 8-10 grand kids (it changes periodically) and a miniature poodle named Copper; I am a born-again believer in Jesus Christ; I love cookies; I have read more than two thousands books - novels, texts, tomes, manuscripts, what have you - in the last three decades; I love cooking; I love eating; I love eating other people's cooking; I spent more than two decades driving truck but now work as a Certified Nurse's Aid - it's often messier than driving, but more satisfying at the end of the day.

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About the Series: The Planet Perfecters
He was just a common, homeless, nameless drunk - until they came.

They, the infinitely recombining, seemingly indestructible star creatures, promised the answer to every problem plaguing mankind. In short, they promised perfection, and they asked nothing in return.

Except it wasn't that easy. It never is. By the time the last answer is given, the last human will have died.

Half the world is ecstatic, thinking they can stop asking questions before the stars come for them and live in perfection with their fellow survivors.

The other half is appalled, knowing perfection is never perfect. They believe the worth of a human soul far exceeds the worth of a perfect world. They know the stars must be stopped!

But how do they stop the unstoppable? The drunk knows, and his weapon is the most common thing known to man.

THE PLANET PERFECTERS TRILOGY takes a humorously serious look into the evil potential of governments and the uniting commonness of humanity that is anything BUT common.

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