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Gabriel Roberts Gifts His Books, Free to Download

Gabriel D. Roberts, regular contributor to Reality Sandwich and author of The Quest for Gnosis and Born Again to Rebirth, has made the PDF copies of his books permanently free. You can grab them here at Gabe’s bookstore, which I hope you do. 

Graham Hancock, author of Fingerprints of the Gods, writes this about Gabriel Roberts: 

“Gabriel D. Roberts is a writer to watch and in Born Again to Rebirth he shows us why. This is a terrific book at many levels. Roberts uses language beautifully with no wasted words. I raced through Born Again to Rebirth in a sitting and I predict you’ll do the same. ”

 Read them, enjoy them, and pass the gift along. 

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