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Ancient Whispers from Tomorrow

3.75  ·  Rating Details ·  4 Ratings  ·  1 Review
First alien contact. We've dreamed of what that may be like over a long time and several answers have been proffered. None of them have been as bizarre as this. None of them taxed the imagination as much as "Ancient Whispers from Tomorrow" does. It is difficult enough to take in the idea of coming face to face with something truly alien, but this book gives us a ringside ...more
Paperback, 152 pages
Published November 24th 2008 by Double Dragon Publishing (first published 2008)
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Aug 02, 2009 Carlo rated it it was ok
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Strange book. I liked the overall story, but "love story" felt kind of tacked-on and the end felt rushed.
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I am an author of science fiction (both soft and hard), science fact, fantasy and horror (usually funny in a dark manner) on occasion and a little mainstreamish stuff for the not-too-squeamish.

I have been an avid and active amateur astronomer since 1947. I began writing at the professional level in 1956 when, at 16, I went to work as a technical writer and illustrator for Butler Publications in We
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