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Belief of the Reborn

By Beer, Gary, L

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Book Id: WPLBN0100003229
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Reproduction Date: 21/11/2012

Title: Belief of the Reborn  
Author: Beer, Gary, L
Volume:
Language: English
Subject: Fiction, Drama and Literature, Fantasy - Science Fiction
Collections: Authors Community, Fantasy
Historic
Publication Date:
2012
Publisher: Gary L Beer
Member Page: Gary L Beer

Description
Kir considered himself a normal child with a normal childhood and attained good grades at school. On reaching maturity his body starts to change into something different; a warrior species of alien. Having to leave his home and planet with his parents to save their lives they head out into deep space and search the cosmos to find a new home. Finding a genetically altered world they meet aliens whose lives are very different from their own and uncover an unknown being from the very dawn of time who tries to help them, but a new life does not work out as was planned...

Summary
Kir considered himself a normal child with a normal childhood and attained good grades at school. On reaching maturity his body starts to change into something different; a warrior species of alien. Having to leave his home and planet with his parents to save their lives they head out into deep space and search the cosmos to find a new home. Finding a genetically altered world they meet aliens whose lives are very different from their own and uncover an unknown being from the very dawn of time who tries to help them, but a new life does not work out as was planned...

Excerpt
Life started for me no different to any other kid living in a modern world. Made to attend school I listened and believed everything of what I was taught. Being at school with the other kids was tough and almost every day I was beaten or made to suffer some kind of humiliation. My parents told me it was because I was different and that they could sense the difference. Being different is always regarded as a threat, especially when that difference is not understood. School began to become enjoyable and I could not learn fast enough and even spent my spare time reading books and working on difficult mathematical problems. Mum and Dad were happy that I was doing well at school and encouraged me to learn all I could and become a success in life. Glad that I was making them happy I worked harder and stayed top of my class all through school. The teachers encouraged me as well, saying that I was several years ahead of my class. The compliments I received on my ability drove me further and I continued to listen and study and believed everything I was taught. To attain good grades was the answer as with high grades, job prospects would be easy and plentiful so I was told. As soon as I got a good steady job I could then get married and be earning enough money to support a family. With a loving wife and children, comfortable home and a job, I was guaranteed to enjoy life; which would be wonderful and full of happiness. We were all taught the same and believing it all I tried even harder to be the best. Finishing school with the highest grades ever achieved by a single pupil in its history made me feel proud. Mum and Dad were proud of me and seemed to smile all the time, confident in the thought that their son would do well in life. With such high grades companies were queuing up to employ me and I considered every offer. One of the offers was for a research post from a mining consortium, but would mean I would have to live at the southern edge of the continent. The post was initially for five years and in those five years I could earn a life-times wage. Mum and Dad’s reaction to me accepting the offer from the consortium was surprising. Instead of being happy for me they appeared troubled and upset and it was then they decided to tell me of our family’s history;

 

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