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Jaffe/The Jaff

Randolph Jaffe is a man of little ambition and less in the way of prospects until he discovers great secrets in letters that find their way into the dead letter room in Omaha, Nebraska. From these letters, he understands great secrets written in them, and comes to understand that the world everyone knows is false, and that there is a deeper world behind it all. He murders his boss, Homer, who becomes suspicious of his activities. From there Jaffe embarks on a journey across America that leads him to the ancient Shaman Kissoon, a man who promises to teach him the secrets of the Quiddity, but Jaffe immediately dislikes the man and sets about to entering the dream sea in his own way. He employs an evolutionary biologist named Fletcher, who uncovers the secrets of a fluid he calls the Nuncio, that automatically evolves whatever living...

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