Fire Circle

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The quest for knowledge is as old as humanity. But when the truth is revealed, who can fathom its diversity and depth? (MP3)
The quest for knowledge is as old as humanity. But when the truth is revealed, who can fathom its diversity and depth? (MP3)

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  1. Elaine

    I just listened to this, and liked it. I’ll listen to more stories. I like the theme of the many in the one, and the one is the many; very MMY. I did feel there could be more detail, more “human overcoat” rendering, to contrast with the god/gods. Also, the reading was good, and gives more weight to the characters.

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    • Allen Cobb

      Thanks for your feedback! I guess the story is a bit “thin” because I was thinking of it being told as a sort of recitation by some tribal historian, years — or generations — later.

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