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This book is for everyone who likes the magnificent style of Ballard. We have a man in center, who starts of trying to kill his girlfriend, then escapes in a stolen plane. It crashes in a small community. He should have died, but didn't, or did he? It changes him into a pure sexual being. A sexual being that is closer to God, than man. He can now fly, and flying is something man has craved for ever since, he saw birds freedom for the first time. The community want him, and he wants them. Fantastic.