This exploratory, discovery subject copy is ~185 pgs. in length.
The main topic of this book is the concept that 'sense and feel must exist for anything to ever be real and existent to mankind itself.'
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This book is annually reviewed only.
(pre-September from now on for minor word changes, if any).
** Pricing is for would/could be a Kobo exclusive Master Copy. **
* Any other capabilites should/could be through qualified access for accesscopyright.ca account holders with a 'single facility use Kobo key.' Note - These features may be available, under development or never to be developed.
Pricing only exists as Master pricing at this time.
Any Hard Cover copy published by myself is not expected until after YE2016
P.S. - Look for the second book in this series "Global and Analogy", year end 2016.
Gary G. Stromberger