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They came to Earth to teach us their science. Then they invited us to their home planet. We accepted.

Alex and his crew depart for a pioneering mission through the galaxy. But the journey is long and dangerous, and humans are not made for space.

White Dwarf One will take you on board a bare-bones spaceship, where the vessel’s claustrophobic reality will be disturbed by som
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Kindle Edition, 200 pages
Published May 23rd 2014 by Dario Solera (first published May 15th 2014)
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Dec 31, 2014 rated it it was amazing
Great book

Just finished reading this book and loved it.The story is so well written that it seems like it could happen at any time. I hope that there will be more written following this story.
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Breaking stuff apart: that's what Dario did in his childhood. Not because he was a mean boy, but because he wanted to know what was inside and how it worked. Peeking inside seemed the right thing to do.

So he ended up studying Information Technology and doing all things digital, from soldering components together to building complex distributed software systems. He now leans more toward the intangi
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