Avoiding Space Madness
by Leslie K Ernest
Publisher: Smashwords 2011
Number of pages: 193
As Darwin explores, he encounters a variety of aliens, a large pink bunny, a morally flexible politician, and a mysterious goddess who haunts his dreams and wants to discuss his fear of death. Darwin may even be falling in love with one of his ex-cellmates. Or is that just fear talking?
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