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A short story about the far distant future and the remains of a once powerful mechanical man and the long dead human who once controlled it. More
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Words: 9,950
Language: English
ISBN: 9781301096701
About Gary Mark Lee

Gary Mark Lee was born in Pasadena California in 1947; he graduated high school then went into the entertainment field. He worked for many special effects companies in the mid 1908’s then went into the theme park design business, he has worked for the Walt Disney Company, Warner Brothers and Universal Studio’s and others.

Gary doesn't consider himself a writer but more of a story teller, "Nomads of the Gods" is his first effort at writing a full length novel.

Recently he has posted his second epic book "Nomads, The Fallen God" the book continues the saga of Arn and Andra and the tribe of the Almadra, this time the travel to the forest of the East and there face new dangers.

He and his wife live comfortably in the Riverside area of Southern California and enjoy watching old movies and having friends over to enjoy their extensive backyard where Gary has constructed a full size version of the Nautilus submarine from the Disney movie “Twenty Thousand Leagues under the Sea”.

Gary has written a number of movies scripts and short stories, all the illustrations in his books were done by him, Nomads of the Gods is the first in a three part trilogy, the second part, "Nomads the Fallen God" is now available for reading.

"JON-29" is as fast moving sci-fi adventure set in the far future, first in a series about the adventures of JON-29 and KT-7. warriors that fight for their lives against Scavengers and other dangers of their war torn world.

"The Golden Hall" is a very short collection of adventure and fantasy poems that he hopes you will like.

"COLOSSUS" is a science fiction short story set in the far distant future about an ancient robot and the strange series of events that take place was the sun rises.

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Review by: Desertphile on Sep. 30, 2014 :
Excellent. Worth reading, very much so.
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Review by: Edward Morton on March 01, 2014 :
A very good little sci-fi story, kept my interest from beginning to end, I read both his novels and loved them also, my kind of stories, lots of action and adventure.
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Review by: liliana78 on Jan. 25, 2014 : (no rating)
Very good , very descriptive
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Review by: Ben Franks on Dec. 11, 2013 :
a very visual short sci-fi story, a few typos and grammar mistakes but not enough to make it a very good story! starts good and keep your interest until the end, thanks for posting.
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Review by: Richard Lowe on Oct. 18, 2013 :
This book had stunning visuals and had me feeling like I was there.
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Review by: David Marks on Oct. 11, 2013 :
A great little story!
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Review by: Susan Mann on Aug. 17, 2013 :
Very compelling, witty, creative, with lots of things to mull over and chew on. A good short story with lots of kick. Recommend this first on your block. :)
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Review by: Ken Smith on Aug. 13, 2013 :
Colossus was only 19 pages long but filled with a lot of imagery and emotion, I wish I could say more but I don't want to give away too much, easy to read and a very good ending for me.
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Review by: Bob Markus on Aug. 10, 2013 :
Very good, I've read the authors other books and found them very entertaining, this one is a very compelling story that kept me thinking from beginning to the unexpected ending, I think that anyone who enjoys a quick science fiction story will love this one.
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Review by: Craig Claiborne on Aug. 09, 2013 :
Another home run :). Honestly I don't know where Gary gets his inspiration from, but I hope it keeps influencing him!. Smooth read, I never stopped reading "COLOSSUS" from the moment I started reading it. Roughly 20 pages of amazing imagination. It draws you inwards wondering where the plot would take you next, and then it goes in another direction. I enjoyed this very much, now I have to get back to Gary's other book that I started on a few weeks ago :).
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Review by: Robert Johnson on Aug. 09, 2013 :
GREAT! I read your other books and loved them and you didn't let me down on this one! an easy read and great one, I don't want to give away the story or ending so I just want to say that I loved it all.

Can't want for the next installment of your "Nomads" trilogy and anything else you dream up. thanks!
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