One Man’s Search for a New Life – On An Asteroid

November 14, 2011
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Have you ever wondered what it might feel like if the world just started moving too fast for you to keep up with it? You know that feeling – you think you can no longer handle the pace and the pressure. You’d love to escape the madness.

Neville Lansdowne escaped. Well, he let go. And the world spun away without him, leaving him standing in the middle of a dark nothingness. Until a nice asteroid field came along, and suddenly Neville has his choice of hundreds of new homes.

Jonathan Gould

How will he choose? Where will he wind up? Will he ever get back to Earth? Does he even want to?

Jonathan Gould answers all of these questions, and many more you have undoubtedly thought of just in the last ten seconds, in his book “Doodling,” which he calls a “comic fantasy.” Well, actually he calls it an “engaging comic fantasy.”

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4 Responses to One Man’s Search for a New Life – On An Asteroid

  1. January 2, 2017 at 6:04 pm

    Thanks Zeeeter =) Brilliant! Well, we’ll probably get to the States eventually (once I get past my innate fear of American cuitoms/smmigration/rectal probing, probably ;-)). Thanks for the offer!Cheers!

  2. February 2, 2017 at 11:41 am

    28 juin 2011, 16h59 ahh mince, moi qui avait hate de jouer avec ces fameux pistons lol, une date pour cette prochaine MAJ ?

  3. May 8, 2017 at 10:34 am

    I hope that someday I can learn how to put my thoughts into words like you. I am a novice writer just starting to learn how to format and write. I really admire your work.

  4. August 30, 2017 at 7:39 pm

    All investment are risky if you don’t know how.It is about understanding and mastering it that makes you the top 10%. Even mutual funds are risky. I would say they are more risky than forex. What do you think? Its about the know and the how.Forex is not difficult if you understand price action and strategies to apply into play. Money management and trading psychology is the key to success.Ezekiel

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