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Double Zero by Allen R. Pedrick

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Doctor Allister Reed encounters something on a beach in California--a little golden sphere that actually speaks to him, predicting his actions. It said, "Your name is...Doctor Allister Reed," in a small but unmistakable voice. "You are thirty-five years old and are about to commit suicide." Years and years earlier, in the mountains known today as the Sierra Nevada, a little Indian boy witnessed a strange thing: He was just approaching his village when a large, brilliant light appeared off to the west, towards the great water. It lighted up the countryside so that he could not look directly at it without hurting his eyes. All this was accompanied by a sound louder than all the thunders of all the storm gods put together. As the object passed overhead, the boy turned with it and watched as it struck the "high place," the special abode of the ruler god, Quetzalcoatl. Little did Allister Reed know where the object in his hand would lead him, or why. His path takes him from the beach through Reno to a Roulette wheel and then to the high mountains, all under the guidance of the golden sphere. What happens to Doctor Reed during his journey to the high mountains could well explain the Indian name, Toltec, and to the Toltecs, known today as "The People," whose influence extended from California to the Yucatan and westward to the Four Corners region of the United States. It might also explain the origins of the popular Chihuahua, the aggressive little terrier some people love....
Release date NZ
July 14th, 2004
Country of Publication
United States
black & white illustrations
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