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The color of my blood

Author: John H Sibley
Publisher: [Chicago, IL] : SIBARTSTUDIO, ©2015.
Edition/Format:   Print book : Fiction : English
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John Sibley in "The Color of my Blood" takes us back to an era when racism was rampant in America in the heat of the summer of 1966 in Marquette Park in Chicago. Damon James is 325 year old being who has arrived in Chicago from the Versai Solar System and has no preconceived notions about what he will find in the stark urban culture of America when he is viewed as a "back earthman." James is in a sense an innocent  Read more...
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Genre/Form: Science fiction
Fiction
Material Type: Fiction
Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: John H Sibley
ISBN: 9780692516393 0692516395
OCLC Number: 932077185
Description: 194 pages ; 23 cm
Responsibility: John H Sibley.

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John Sibley in "The Color of my Blood" takes us back to an era when racism was rampant in America in the heat of the summer of 1966 in Marquette Park in Chicago. Damon James is 325 year old being who has arrived in Chicago from the Versai Solar System and has no preconceived notions about what he will find in the stark urban culture of America when he is viewed as a "back earthman." James is in a sense an innocent in that he wants to understand the ways of earth but is astounded by the treatment that he finds in Chicago as so foreign to civilized life in his native solar system. In a sense Damon James becomes transformed into an American Adam cast well East of Eden into the bleakest regions of urban Chicago.

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by Vaikkings (WorldCat user published 2017-04-20) Excellent Permalink
John has done it again, Yes John Sibley! This time it is better you do not miss out on this, and do you know why it is important to read ‘The Color of My Blood?’ I will analyse this amazing book with insight, but trust me it will be only a fraction close to the masterpiece author has offered. John Sibley...
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