Ralph & Seiko

Rated 4.80/5 based on 5 reviews
Years ago I taught a religion class at church. I wrote this story for that class. In it, a proud man learns a lesson in humility from an unlikely source. The story, while told from a Christian perspective, is not meant to preach or proselytize. The point, if any, is ethical in nature and could apply to almost any belief system.
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Words: 1,260
Language: English
ISBN: 9781370384945
About James Hold

"First you're an unknown, then you write one book and you move up to obscurity." — Martin Meyers

I published my first book in 2004. It became an immediate collector's item. I know this for a fact as I have several hundred copies collecting dust in my attic. Critics everywhere said it belonged right up there between Ernest Hemingway and Robert E Howard—on an alphabetical bookshelf.

My influences include Rocky & Bullwinkle, 1950s sci-fi movies, and silver-age comics.

I live in Texas with my Princess wife, and cats Rocky and Dusty. You can contact me at jamesroyhold@gmail.com.

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Review by: John Jeng on Dec. 29, 2016 :
This story will challenge the reader's anthropocentrism, reminding us that humans aren't the only intelligent life forms out there.
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Review by: Mike White on Dec. 28, 2016 :
This story is well-written and manages to express its message very clearly. It's the sort of story that could clearly encourage debate and discussion, and you don't find stories like that every day.
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Review by: Diego Forby on Dec. 27, 2016 :
i liked this. not enough to turn vegan though. nice message.
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Review by: Andre' Mwansa on Dec. 26, 2016 :
WOW , this book is amazing. It's really a teach. Really loved it, to me I learned about being nice, loving, and how us as humans is very important to take care of the things we have been given by God.(So off I go to be a vegetarian and say hello to PIGS)
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Review by: Michelle B on Dec. 23, 2016 :
Despite the author's disclaimer the story is a little preachy. But it makes a nice point that anyone should be able to agree with. And there are enough touches of humor to keep one reading.
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