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by Reginald Dickenson,John Dikenson

  • Author: Reginald Dickenson,John Dikenson
  • ISBN: 0805942688
  • ISBN13: 978-0805942682
  • ePub: 1312 kb | FB2: 1155 kb
  • Language: English
  • Category: Action & Adventure
  • Publisher: Dorrance Pub Co (May 1, 1998)
  • Rating: 4.7/5
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The Brotherhood ePub download

The Brotherhood book.

The Brotherhood book. In this modern day allegory, the powerful Brotherhood conglomerate, spawned by a desire to completely control humanity, clashes with Chang and his followers, a tenacious group determined to preserve human spirit and freedom.

by Reginald Dickenson.

Reginald Dickenson began his career in 1930 as an executive engineer at the British Post Office and held it until 1945. Then he became deputy controller and controller in both countries: England and Germany, working in the British Foreign Ministry during the period 1945-50. He was the chief engineer and regional controller in Nyasaland, starting in 1950 in the British Colonial Service until 1957.

I had the Dickinson College and Penn State University's Dickinson School of Law named after me as well.

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John Dickinson (November 2 Ju. November 13Greg. 1732 – February 14, 1808), a Founding Father of the United States, was a solicitor and politician from Philadelphia, Pennsylvania and Wilmington, Delaware known as the "Penman of the Revolution" for his twelve Letters from a Farmer in Pennsylvania, published individually in 1767 and 1768.

DICKINSON, Reginald was born in 1841 in Kingweston, Somerset. 2nd son of late F. H. Dickinson, of Kingweston, Somerset. Eton; Trinity College, Cambridge (Master of Arts 1866). Appointed a Committee Clerk in the House of Commons, 1865. Retired, 1906; Barrister Inner Temple 1866, but has never practised. Late Principal Clerk of Committees, House of Commons.

John Wallace Dickenson AM (born 22 January 1934) is an Australian inventor, who developed some liquid flow measuring devices and designed a successful hang glider configuration.

John Wallace Dickenson AM (born 22 January 1934) is an Australian inventor, who developed some liquid flow measuring devices and designed a successful hang glider configuration, for which he was awarded with the Gold Air Medal, the highest award given by the Fédération Aéronautique Internationale, the world governing body for air sports, aeronautics and astronautics world records.

John "jD" Dickenson is a developer who worked at Black Isle Studios on Van Buren as an artist. Dickenson's diverse career as an artist has spanned over two decades. He has worked as a freelance illustrator, graphic designer, comic book inker, and for the past 10 years as a digital artist in both the film and video game industries. His work has appeared in a number of Spectrum Annuals over the last 10 years as well as other publications in both print and on the web.

It is the year 2190 - two hundred years since the extraordinary project of telepathy and time travel began - two hundred years since the introduction of Chang, a composite life form with an advanced mental capacity.

The Brotherhood of Man, an organization controlled by a leader known only as Number 1, threatens the peaceful order of the planet. John and David, wards of Change, set out on a journey which leads them from the Baluchistan monastery hidden in the mountains of central Asia to the capital of the United States where they must confront The Brother hood of Man and put an end to their plans for world domination.

The Brotherhood proffers C. Reginald and John Dickenson's masterful examination of a future where alternative life forms known as composites share a familiar world with humans. In this modern day allegory, the powerful Brotherhood conglomerate, spawned by a desire to completely control humanity, clashes with Chang and his followers, a tenacious group determined to preserve human spirit and freedom.

The Brotherhood is an inspiring tale, vividly described and deftly executed as it explores the development of human relations within a highly advanced technological society and the continuing relevance of the ancient philosophies.