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Richard Johnson

Altruism and pacifism make the Tuathans natural victims for the aggression of the "natives" of Earth.


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ISBN : 978-1-84897-717-4
Published : 11/05/2017
Pages : 436
Size : 205x140mm
Imprint : Olympia Publishers

Richard Johnson

Richard Johnson was born in post war London and immigrated with his parents to Melbourne, Australia in 1960. He spent twenty years teaching before moving into the business world.

After spending much of his life in North Queensland he is now semi retired and lives in Northern Luzon in the Philippines where this book was written. The orginal concept of Meek was conceived at least seven years ago and recent political events have unfortunately overtaken the story in part.


About Book

Altruism and pacifism make the Tuathans natural victims for the aggression of the "natives" of Earth.
Condemned to hiding until their ultimate exile to the stars brings them peace and a home.
Knowledge coupled with wisdom and compassion set them apart from the rest of humanity and science proves to be their savior.
Genetic engineering has not bred out an inherent desire and love for Earth. Now that Earth is dying from self inflicted war and disease, will they intervene and stop the rush to extinction so long predicted?
Now they face the ultimate moral dilemma. Let Earth meet its fate, or expose themselves to its evils in an attempted rescue?
Is there an answer to the insanity of the natives? Can they be cured or integrated into a Tuathan view of existence or will the natives turn on them like a rabid dog?
This is the History of the Tuathan people spanning their 4000 years on Earth and migration to the stars. Their history is also our own and has left its marks in our own legends, still recognizable today.

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