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Prison of the Gods - Your Mind is the Key

Professor Mustard

Publisher: Scribl

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Summary

I am the Mosquito Man whispering in your ear, singing all the songs you know you love to hear. Oh horror! Besides being a bad poet, the Mosquito Man is pure evil, fed off of fear, and even worse, he knows the secrets of life!
 
The corporate executives enslave a world of corruption. The fools! They bleed the earth like a rabid dog that will not heel. When the world is a nut, they crack it.
 
Decode my eyes, the sunlight is a set of instructions from the Creator, the twelve Corporations each under an astrology sign scramble to decode and unlock the secrets of life.
 
As a band of off-worlders search for the one with the heart of steel to vanquish the Mosquito Man they pay the ultimate sacrifice. Will they be able to cast his lot in the Tree of Knowledge?
 
Is the network called Mindville a bridge to the sun, or the path to oblivion?
 
Will the pawns in this game of creation ever find peace? Is this the end? No, (Whew!) it's just the beginning... of the end of the world? (Aaaack!) 
 
What a cliff hanger of ultimate suspense and mysterious intrigue I leave you dangling from! Enjoy the read!

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