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Evoguía ➮ [Ebook] ➩ Evoguía By Steven Lyle Jordan ➺ – Natus-physiotherapy.co.uk A scientist in Atlanta creates a revolutionary breakthrough in accessing the untapped potential in humans, and in so doing, sows the seeds of a decades spanning conflict between Homo Sapiens and a gro A scientist in Atlanta creates a revolutionary breakthrough in accessing the untapped potential in humans, and in so doing, sows the seeds of a decades spanning conflict between Homo Sapiens and a group of people apound weakling, a police detective, a boy with learning difficulties and an illness prone woman who become the first generation of Homo Evogu a the Self Evolved Man.


About the Author: Steven Lyle Jordan

Steven Lyle Jordan wrote science fiction novels for over years, but eventually abandoned the effort after failing to profit from his catalog of books.



10 thoughts on “Evoguía

  1. Isaac Johnson Isaac Johnson says:

    I sent feedback to the author and found out this book was written some time ago so I won t be harsh about some of the initial outdated computer models.I felt it could stand for some further editing At points it just got too descriptive about process and i felt it needs some punch ups in action For instance, in the begining, we outline the process the lead scientist uses but after a quick explination, i could have gone without the details of subsequent sessions Later in the book there are some I sent feedback to the author and found out this book was written some time ago so I won t be harsh about some of the initial outdated computer models.I felt it could stand for some further editing At points it just got too descriptive about process and i felt it needs some punch ups in action For instance, in the begining, we outline the process the lead scientist uses but after a quick explination, i could have gone without the details of subsequent sessions Later in the book there are some conversations that ultimately don t seem pertenant And the assistant to the Lady in the last half seems to have a contrived role.That said, I liked the story I liked where it went I felt about 2 3 through on a podium at CNN would have been a good stopping point Leave the last 1 3 for a followup book I also felt the Epologue Addendum set roughly 300 years later was not needed I think it was to give a wrap up for people who like wrap ups I would have preferredof a wait and see that would make me crave a followup book


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