Book: Eco Station One by Edwin Stark
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Edwin Starkabout this book: Eco Station One tells the story of Eduardo Sinnombre, just another jobless shmoe who suddenly lands a dream job: he'll be in charge of the financees of a shady ecological research operation in the middleof a tropical rainforest, handling hundreds of thousand dollars in cash. He's pretty aware they're planning to use him as a scapegoat and, since he's no fool, promptly takes steps to improve his situation and profit from it.
What he isn't aware of is that there will be a lot of obstacles along the way like a newly met nemesis, three fumbling fools and an entire tribe of angry Ikawiri Pygmees. And let's not to mention the strange aphrodisiac poison that the Pygmees manufacture, nonetheless.
He'll be suddenly immersed in maybe one of the most bizarre, funniest adventures ever to save his own hide, but he'll also discover the value of real friendship, true love and the benefits of rescuing a naked damsel in distress.
Can he cope with all this?
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