By Margaret Ball
Now Thalia and the remainder of her misfit group are in a race opposed to time, terrorists, logic, grackles, and their graduate consultant to avoid wasting the day!
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Famous Moscow professor Philip comes to a decision to test on transplantation of seed glands, and pituitary physique of the deceased homeless, drunks and the hooligan Clim gorgeous puppy Ball, chanced on in the street. Humanization occurred, however the test, lamentably, failed. rather than strong canines on this planet is gruesome, silly and competitive Polygraph Balls, that is inherited from its "donor" in simple terms evil features.
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A Pocketful of Stars (Applied Topology Book 1) by Margaret Ball