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S. in 1956 as a fix up of the original and called Godzilla. He has more than two hundred novels to his twenty-two pseudonyms in all genres—mystery, science fiction, western and historical romance. Transgender J, a genetically assigned female, struggles against family, friends, and body to become the man that he really is. Scientists and explorers such as Ernest Shackleton and Jacques Cousteau later claim him to be inspirational to their achievements.

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