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La Aldea Ikawiri (Estacion Ecologica Uno nº 3) (Spanish Edition) [Kindle Edition]

Edwin Stark

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Book Description

Algo muy extraño esta ocurriendo en la Estación Eco Uno: aunque esta condenada a ser demolida ya que una nueva autopista va a ser construida encima de ella, el desquiciado cientifico a cargo de las investigaciones que ahí se realizan ni se preocupa por ello.

Para complicar el asunto, entra en escena Eduardo Nolastname: encargado de usar sus arcanos poderes de contabilidad para barajear las finanzas de la Estación, Eduardo se encuentra a si mismo inmerso en un chiflado plan para resguardar el lugar.

Podra manejarlo?

Esta es la conclusión de Estacion Eco Uno, donde Marina ha sido secuestrada por los Pigmeos Ikawiri y Eduardo intenta un arriesgado rescate para salvarla.

Para ver las excelentes reseñas que este libro ha recibido en su versión en lengua inglesa, por favor dirijase a la pagina de Eco Station One en

Product Details

  • File Size: 240 KB
  • Print Length: 111 pages
  • Publisher: Killer Squirrel Press; 2 edition (April 21, 2012)
  • Sold by: Amazon Digital Services, Inc.
  • Language: Spanish
  • Lending: Enabled
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #2,360,084 Paid in Kindle Store (See Top 100 Paid in Kindle Store)
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Hello, my name's Edwin Stark, and I was born in Caracas, Venezuela. That's South America for the few geographically-challenged ones out there. I suppose that somehow the stork had just stumbled out from a pub while it was delivering me, (it was confused to say the least) and mishandled my humble persona, leaving me stranded in this unlikely place.

Having German ancestry, I spoke that language as a toddler, but my Mom had the misconception that I'd fit better here if I spoke Spanish, so that tongue was lost during my growing years. I grew up dreaming crazy tales and was my teacher's pet when it came to composition class--but not in deportment: that was for certain--and as I grew up I tried to get noticed as a writer by submitting to every magazine and writing contest available in my home country. No such luck; the publishing market in Venezuela is utterly locked out: you can only see your words in print if you're already a notorious politician or a TV celebrity. Since I wasn't in the inclination of becoming a serial murderer to achieve notoriousness and get published, the need to rethink the approach to my writing career became a must.
Eventually, I decided to switch languages and start writing in English. I was already proficient in that language... but was I good enough to tell stories in that fashion?

I then started to write short stories, effectively dumping my native language. I wrote nearly 200 short stories during a period of about eighteen months, slowly learning the nuances of story-telling in another language than your own. I already had the benefit of having the knack of telling a tale; I only had to adjust. 190 of them short tales certainly sucked; 10 were really neat, but the important thing was the learning process. These ten tales eventually made it into Cuentos, the short story collection which became my third book. I succeeded so well in tearing myself apart from Spanish, that almost everyone I meet online says: "I CAN'T BELIEVE ENGLISH ISN'T YOUR FIRST LANGUAGE!"

So far, I wrote four books: AI Rebellion, a rather preachy cyberpunk thriller that still shows the struggle of switching languages (and I only recommend people to read it if they're on an archeological mood, as in if they're interested in seeing my progress as a writer), Eco Station One, a very bizarre and funny satire, the aforementioned Cuentos, and The Clayton Chronicles, a rather cookie-cut vampire tale. All these are available for the Kindle reader on Amazon, in paperbacks and all e-book formats in Smashwords.

"The characters of 'Cuentos' display believable characteristics that gently lead the reader along a path to gradually but willingly leave reality at the door. Before long, readers become part of the action -- whether it is in the darkening sewers of Nosfort, Massachusetts or beneath a bulbous fruit tree in a different reality -- and cannot put down the book."
--Sylvia Cochran,


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