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   HEREafter, Book One: A Mild Case of Death, by James C. Harwood  
 
  Novel, first publication in May 2003
 
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    Buy HEREafter, Book One: A Mild Case of Death by James C. Harwood
     
     
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      HEREafter is about an expedition to Earth, long ago, which fails. A violent mutiny results in the ship falling from orbit and being destroyed. Eventually, the souls of the dead aliens are reincarnated--born into Earth human life. As they grow up on present day Earth, they begin to remember their past in dreams and nightmares. Slowly, by various methods, they become reunited and recover their star ship technology. Then, by other methods, they raise the money needed to construct a new ship. The aliens intend to return home, in human form, aboard Earth's first star ship. 12,301 alien souls were on the expedition to Earth. Each of them, from different perspectives, has at least one story to tell--about their home planets, the long voyage and failed expedition, their many human reincarnations, and now their present day quest to find a way back to the home and way of life they remember. These are their stories... for the others

     
     
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  • Aliens - Extra-terrestrials
  • Dreams - Nightmares
  • Earth
  • Reincarnation - Life after Death - Resurrection
  • Space Ships - Spacecraft

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