The Fountain of Eden: A Myth of Birth, Death, and Beer download epub
by Dan H. Kind
The steeple and bell-tower of Eden Parish Church poked into view ahead, and Master Mirbodi ducked down . He raised himself up, inch by inch, to where he could see into the ancient graveyard that surrounded Eden Parrish Church
The steeple and bell-tower of Eden Parish Church poked into view ahead, and Master Mirbodi ducked down, motioning the novice to do the same. I think they in graveyard, said Master Mirbodi. He raised himself up, inch by inch, to where he could see into the ancient graveyard that surrounded Eden Parrish Church. He quickly ducked back down, a wide-eyed expression of terror plastered across his face. Th-there's gotta be a h-hundred of them over there in the g-graveyard, maybe m-more.
The Worlds of Myth and mythological beings that hang around for the longest are those that are . A moment of silence ensued, then Jack laughed. So the Fountain of Youth's been sitting there in Tranquil Forest this whole time.
The Worlds of Myth and mythological beings that hang around for the longest are those that are well-known and/or well-remembered. He glanced around the room. Such as everyone here, including yourself. I'll bet you get all types of crazy gods and monsters and demons and aliens showing up here in Eden, huh, Art? Sir Arthur looked thoughtful. Farmer John is the Gatekeeper of Earth. The Guardian of the Ocean.
The characters, events, and institutions portrayed in this book are fictitious
The characters, events, and institutions portrayed in this book are fictitious. Any similarity to real persons, living or dead or mythical, is coincidental and not intended by the author. Chapter 1. The Tale of the Sacred Pipe. Sitting Lotus lit up a joint outside the back door of the New Shaolin Monastery kitchens. He took a long, relaxing drag and exhaled, marijuana smoke wreathing his shaved head like an ethereal crown of thorns.
The Fountain of Youth is a myth! But Jack was suddenly unsure of this, because his confidence in what he. .The Wheel of Birth and Death acts as a warning mechanism. Shiva is its guardian, bound by great oaths to destroy Creation if humanity steps out of line.
The Fountain of Youth is a myth! But Jack was suddenly unsure of this, because his confidence in what he had once believed were concrete things (such as reality) had been steadily withering over the past couple strange days. Jack, the Fountain of Youth is not a myth. It lies within Tranquil Forest Park. Well, I always figured we'd blow it at some point or other.
Just when Wesakaychak was beginning to consider flinging himself overboard and going through a quick death by drowning rather than drifting forever upon the endless ocean on the back of an uncommunicative turtle, he spied a speck of something in the distance, floating above the waves. Hey, do you see that?
Shade-Jack could feel the shades of Team Myth around him like extra, invisible limbs. As they passed through each shade, that particular deceased spirit became a part of the mythical quartet that had in life been Whiskey Jack, Persephone, Tom Sawyer, and Becky Thatcher.
Shade-Jack could feel the shades of Team Myth around him like extra, invisible limbs. He could actually sense their thoughts. Thank the gods the others were there. He could hear the distinct thoughts of these outsiders; rand. om snippets of deeds committed.
Olde Eden beer is the best beer on the eastern seaboard, maybe in the entire country. He wondered whether Master Mirbodi instructed the class or was just some kind of overseer.
But the residents of Eden aren't going down without a brawl. The Fountain of Eden - Dan H Kind. And with the (oftentimes questionable) help of mind-wielding Buddhist monks, mythological beings, and characters straight out of the classics, Jack embarks on a romp across mythical worlds-and must descend to the ancient Greek Underworld-to prevent the stomping out of the universe. And along the way discovers that he may have more in common with those Tricksters than he ever imagined possible.
Category: Literature & Fiction
Subcategory: Humor & Satire
Publisher: CreateSpace Independent Publishing Platform (November 2, 2011)
Pages: 276 pages