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Galactica. Bk. I

Galactica. Bk. I

by Katharina Harer

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An Adventure of Magic and Truth   (2012-01-27)

Excellent

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by Bee1234

From the moment I opened the book: " ITS LIKE OZ AND WONDERLAND MEET...ALICE AND DOROTHY...ON AN ADVENTURE OF MAGIC AND TRUTH AND EVERYTHING IN BETWEEN!" A GREAT READ!!



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So good I read it twice   (2012-01-27)

Excellent

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by liviakarolinga

Aside from being fascinating and refreshingly original, Galactica the adventure is an epic tale that will open your mind to the possibilities of greater understanding to who we really are. Furthermore, I gather, this book is about our interconnectedness...
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A wonderful journey of self exploration   (2012-01-27)

Excellent

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by hannahmarie

The fantasy in Katharina Harer’s book, Galactica begins the moment you pick up a copy which is adorned with her very own painting which I must admit did not give me much of a clue as to what I was in store for.

The adventure begins...
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Fantastic storytelling!   (2012-01-27)

Excellent

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by brianwonderful

All of us have taken an outer journey. This is a mere reflection of our inner journey - an externalized quest for, ultimately, an internal reward. Katharina Harer in Galactica portrays such a journey of the heroine Livia.

Like any hero...
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