The Putting In Place Of Spaceman Sam

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A new world is needed, one has been found and there's a man who can get us there. His name: Spaceman Sam. The only problem is, he flies solo, he always uses the same broken down capsule and looks more like a surfer than an astronaut. So, even though he's the man for the job, it's feared he doesn't have the political correctness to negotiate with the natives already there. More
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About C.L. Bunnell

I was born in South Bend Indiana where at the age of twenty-three, I moved to Ocala Florida where I remain to this day. During the nineties, I worked for a Firetruck manufacture where I became a factory service representative which took me around the world. It was during this period I discovered the tranquility that comes from the lack of news or hearing news that didn't affect me or my family. Now, I'm a contractor and write for fun. I wrote this story in hopes that it will bring some enlightenment to those who desire such things. I hope you enjoy.

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James Jenkins reviewed on on Jan. 7, 2016

Not overly good or bad, intentionally stupid but not as bad as some popular films (i.e. dumb and dumber). I am not drawn to read more by the author but I finished reading this work.
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