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Verified Purchase. April 14, - Published on Amazon. I love the art in this book--it's elegant, clear, and nicely done. The story however, needs work. I have the first two books, and I have yet to understand most of what they are talking about. What are the Emblem Seeds?

Seeds Volume Two

They tell us where they found them, but not what they are. We have yet to learn the connection between the Seeds and their holders, or what the purpose of the Seeds is.

And the wording is so By the way, this is a very A different system of classification based on the seed is outlined. The work is the result of more than thirty years' collection and study of seeds, particularly in the tropics. The account is published in two volumes.

Seeds Volume One (Seeds, #1) by M.M. Kin

The text in this first volume has five introductory chapters leading up to the nature of the primitive arillate seed. There then follows in alphabetical order concise descriptions of the seed in families and certain of their genera. The second volume contains more than original illustrations made by the author.