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Pathway to the Stars: Part 2, Eliza Williams (Series 2 of 12)

Pathway to the Stars: Part 2, Eliza Williams (Series 2 of 12)

SKU: Series, Part 2, Eliza Williams

"Pathway to the Stars: Part 2, Eliza Williams" serves as Eliza's biography and her pursuit of a lovely future for all humanity!


Learn how Eliza meets her best friend, Yesha Alevtina, and their goal to quicken the pace of humanity to reach for the stars!


"We need to understand how dark energy and matter work, find ways to slow down the expansion or cause the Universe to breathe just enough to protect itself and all of life along with it. We need everyone willing."

~ Yesha Alevtina talking with Eliza Williams


Experience the early life of the future scientific and political hero, Eliza Williams, and the beginning of a new era! Vesha Celeste continues her training and journey as Yesha Alevtina shows and teaches her about Eliza Williams through complete experiential immersion. With the added advantages of time-dilation, neural linking, and nano-technology giving her tactile reference, Vesha vividly experiences Eliza's life in first-person form.


Vesha bears witness to Eliza's transformation and the formation of Pathway LLC. Eliza and Yesha create the first biopods for physiological and neurological optimizations. These biopods will become one of the primary vehicles that drive advancement and design solar system-wide. There is a lot for Vesha to learn, and she will become phenomenal as this story progresses. With each ability she experiences in others, her optimized mind will expand beyond her imagination. Enjoy this introduction to Eliza Williams, a critical leader-in-the-making!


Continue the booklet series with Pathway to the Stars: Part 3, James Cooper!


Product details

  • Series: Pathway to the Stars (Book 2)
  • Paperback: 280 pages
  • Publisher: Independently published (October 20, 2018)
  • Language: English
  • ISBN-10: 1729030300
  • ISBN-13: 978-1729030301 (Paperback)
  • Product Dimensions: 5 x 0.46 x 8 inches
  • Shipping Weight: 7.8 ounces
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