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‘Quiet up here. Snow for how many months now? None of us can give an answer. As I write, we hear the muffled cries from the barracks below, but can only guess at the horrifying course of events.’

A community of astrophysicists finds itself trapped for over a year on a mountain as the seemingly enduring snows close in, but one member of that group, at least, maintains an er
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Paperback, First, 40 pages
Published October 30th 2012 by CreateSpace Independent Publishing Platform
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Lyndee
Sep 13, 2015 Lyndee rated it liked it
This book is brilliant.
Totally compelling this author is one to watch. Perfectly conveying the notion of isolation as well as the capabilities of humanity when pushed to the limit i could not put this book down! Possessing such a unique voice I would love to read more of this authors work. While this book was a pleasure to read the heavy use of brackets in the first few pages seemed a little disruptive (in terms of following sentences). Overall a very enjoyable, thought provoking and interestin
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Maree Hodgess
Jul 26, 2014 Maree Hodgess rated it liked it
Astrofisico: The End of Learning was a pleasurable read and I would definitely read a full length version of this story. It raises some intriguing questions as to what the astrophysicists had discovered and what their research would amount to but leaves them unanswered. I'm pretty sure I know where all the 'rabbit meat' is coming from though! Nevertheless, a well written piece.
Steven Lawrie
Jun 03, 2014 Steven Lawrie added it  ·  (Review from the author)
Well, Iw rote it myself, so it would be immodest to comment.
Steven Lawrie
Jun 03, 2014 Steven Lawrie rated it liked it  ·  (Review from the author)  ·  review of another edition
Who am I to comment? I wrote it. Let others damn me...
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Primary school.
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All the usual adolescent nonsense.

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Thereafter: freedom.

Degree No. 1.

Degree No. 2.

Thereafter: overworked, underpaid and overtaxed.

Lives 57.15N, 2.094W.

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“And life is as short as a shot in the dark
And as sweet as a knife in the back.

(Prof. J. Hörbicher, glacial cosmogonist, amateur poet, in Astrofisico.”
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