No Inner Limit

      David Kersey
No Inner Limit

Joshua, a savant, and reclusive, develops a mixture of phytochemicals that proves effective in fighting disease, including cancer. In time he is discovered to be the one that developed the miracle concoction. Public reaction, at first, is euphoric. As public awareness accelerates, the reaction becomes mixed. Why? Because he looks like Jesus.Joshua, a savant, and reclusive, develops a mixture of phytochemicals that proves effective in fighting disease, including cancer. In time he is discovered to be the one that developed the miracle concoction. Public reaction, at first, is euphoric. As public awareness accelerates, the reaction becomes mixed. Why? Because he looks like Jesus. The polarization leads to condemnation by some, adoration by others. Then, as Chaucer wrote, All good things must come to an end. Tragedy strikes. The country shaken. An examination of determining whether current humanity is significantly different than that of two thousand years ago. You may think the way I chose to end the story is suspicious. That's by design, for Part Two is underway, which story will follow the abduction of both Joshua and Namanda by the U.S. government. Enjoy Part One.
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    Buck Vs. the Bulldog Ants

      David Kersey
Buck Vs. the Bulldog Ants

Buck, a Golden Retriever, (the narrator), and eleven other animals on the estate, have learned to speak, assemble, co-exist, and solve problems despite their quirkiness that mirrors humanity. When threatened by a terrorist attack that spreads to the entire country, they find a way to survive through hardship and loss, and love for each other. Includes military canine training and more. Four parts.On Halloween the ghosts and witches and demons roam, so it is said. On many porches and on windowsills the watch is kept by Jack, he of the pumpkin face and candle eyes, but against what? What dark places did he leave to dwell with us, and why? And what is out there, waiting for us in the dark? What does it want with us?
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