The Trojan Horse: Inside Terror, Part I - The Labyrinths (Book 1),

The Trojan Horse: Inside Terror, Part I - The Labyrinths (Book 1),
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Pages: 
60
Published: 
2008 by wordclay
Rating: 
5.0

The first of the series of four books, Part I - The Labyrinths deals with the various cognitive worlds that collide in a narration that juxtaposes academic debates with scintillating fiction. Together, they describe and delineate the various worlds that are at play. Woven around the story of the lives of its protagonists, the fiction provides the psychographic profiles of the various worlds that are at play, while the over-all series describes the various vexing issues within academia. For the informed reader as well as the layperson, the completed series is intended to be an easy reference and handbook for those in the know and for those interested to understand violence and peace.

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