The Waters - Book 1 : The Valley
This is the story of a handsome young Italian, Geo, who in 1466, using a special secret map, went in search of a new and faster silk road route. It was to be his path to fame and fortune. Instead of reaching the Far East, he enters "The Valley" and discovers he had been clandestinely chosen to find this place of unbelievable secrets. His primary guide in this wondrous place is Wan Za, a beautiful red head, who teaches him how to truly love as he begins his transition to becoming part of "The Waters." Blend in that story with ancient aliens who are operating secretly in the background, who only have our best interests at heart. In order for them to survive, they work to help us live extraordinarily long and healthy lives. But, never in their universe have they come across species like those on Earth, where sex is needed for procreation. It causes them (and us) to take a unique look at how we "operate." In the process, Geo's seed will ultimately help mankind and the aliens in ways that neither could have envisioned. WARNING: This book contains descriptions of explicit sexual activity and some gross violence that make it unsuitable reading for anyone under the age of 17.
- Paperback | 584 pages
- 152 x 229 x 30mm | 771g
- 24 Jun 2015
- Createspace Independent Publishing Platform
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About James Lee Voris
About the Author James Lee Voris graduated from High School (class of 1957) in east central Ohio. He entered the US Air Force right out of High School and served 8 years as a photographer, the last 3 years of which, as a Photography Instructor at the USAF Photo School, Lowry AFB, Denver, CO. Following service he returned to his home area to become the Photographer and Director of the Audio Visual Department (13 years) for Wittenberg University, Springfield, OH. He received his BA in Vocational Ed. from the University of Wisconsin, Stout in Menomonee, WI. He taught AV-Television-Photography at Wittenberg U., Clark State Community College (Springfield, OH), North Central Technical Institute, Wausau, WI., Eau Claire District 1 Community College (WI.), and the Professional Photography Program (9 years) at Hennepin Technical College, Eden Prairie, MN., where he taught 43 different photography courses covering 5 Diploma options. Retired now after teaching over 35 years and for enjoyment has taken up writing as a different form of self expression.