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Ramona Leora-Clayton Touchdown

Rank : Agent

Species : Alien

Age : Mature(Unknown age in years. Time was tracked differently on her homeplanet)

Skills : Acquisitions, Quartermastery, Non-organic containment procedures, Non-Sentient containment procedures, Paranormal Scouting

Background : Agent #9835, AKA “Ramona Touchdown” appeared as a part of an exploratory team that landed on earth several years prior to her induction into the DoEM. The team was supposedly lost due to several technical failures, and eventually scattered to the winds. Eventually, Agent Touchdown found herself in the application process of the Department. 

Since her induction to the Department, she’s managed to show her adept skills in equipping other agents, Procuring resources, and collecting Mineral, mechanical, and Artifact items of interest to the Department. Medical examination of Agent Touchdown has suggested that the secret may lie in the use of her third eye, which “theoretically” is able to allow her to see detail and changes invisible to human eyesight,

Notable finds : Photocyesis Crystal, Hand of the King’s palace, Gaseous mimic

Status : Active  

The Agents’ #FridayReads, January edition…
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You, Caroline Kepnes (Agent 3rdrail)
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Binary Star, Sarah Gerard (Agent Agent Agent Agent)
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How To Be Both, Ali Smith (Agent Ampersand)
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No Name, Wilkie Collins (Agent Austen)
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Shady Characters, Keith Houston (Agent Bridge)
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The Empathy Exams, Leslie Jamison (Agent Brooklina)
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The Name of the Wind, Patrick Rothfuss (Agent Bumblebee)
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Yes Please, Amy Poehler (Agent Daily Double)
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The Year of Reading Dangerously, Andy Miller (Agent Dreamer)
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All the Light We Cannot See, Anthony Doerr (Agent Eyre)
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Delta of Venus, Anaïs Nin (Agent Figtree)
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The Secret Lives of Codebreakers, Sinclair McKay (Agent Laundry)
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Freedom, Jonathan Franzen (Agent Llama)
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The True Story of the Monster Billy Dean, David Almond (Agent Neon Sloth)
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If on a winter’s night a traveler, Italo Calvino (Agent Pineapple)
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An Unnecessary Woman, Rabih Alameddine (Agent Polar Sphinx)
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Inherent Vice, Thomas Pynchon (Agent Prefect)
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Radical Acceptance: Embracing Your Life With the Heart of the Buddha, Tara Brach (Agent Provocateur)
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Yes Please, Amy Poehler (Agent Saurus)
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The Handmaid’s Tale, Margaret Atwood (Agent Silvertongue) 
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Shadow of Night, Deborah Harkness (Agent Southpaw)
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Anna Karenina, Leo Tolstoy (Agent Sunshine)
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Spinster, Kate Bolick (Agent Touchdown)
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Mr. Kiss and Tell (Veronica Mars #2), Rob Thomas and Jennifer Graham (Agent Velocipede)
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Wolf in White Van, John Darnielle (Agent Woollysocks)
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