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Monster Is in the Eye of the Beholder: Report of the Anthropological Expedition to the Planet Known as Kal-Fa

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In this dark and edgy first-contact story, a team of anthropologists discovers a species of truly bizarre intelligent lifeforms called the Kal. The team consists of the leader, an experienced, highly respected female Professor of Xenoanthropology and Linguistics; a young female biomedical specialist; and a still younger male, an expert in alien artifacts. As each team ...more
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Published February 3rd 2012 by Smashwords Edition
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Marva
Sep 09, 2014 Marva rated it it was amazing
This is an excellent book. Note that I rarely give 5 stars to anything so I'll have some wiggle room on a review.

Prf. Oliva and her xenoanthropological team are secretly invited to Kal-fa. Why the secrecy? The entities of Kal-fa are considered to be the spiritual guides of the Chu-nesians, the people who live in the same system, but the next planet inward.

What they find there startle, enchant, and disturb the team. The two women, after their initial shock at the nature of the Kal-fas (not sure i
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