Ten years in the dark


The characters and stories portrayed in this book are entirely real and authentic. Any similarities to any person, whether fictional or imagined are purely coincidental.

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3 - Facing my fear19.2 KB29.3 KB
4 - A leader of men . . . oh, and women13.2 KB22.7 KB
5 - Caverns measureless to man25.7 KB35.2 KB
6 - Finding the way29.7 KB39.9 KB
7 - Filling in the blanks17.2 KB37.5 KB
8 - Joining the republic17.6 KB28 KB
9 - Capturing the stillness24.8 KB34.9 KB
10 - That sinking feeling14.6 KB19.7 KB
11 - Gaining an appreciation20 KB30 KB
12 - Not a good welcome18 KB25.2 KB
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About the book

Main text written between 21/2/2002 and 1/3/2002 by Mark "Tarquin" Wilton-Jones. Published online on 9/7/2002. Published in paper form by Tony Oldham 3/2003.