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The Pillars of Idrapha

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Humanity has discovered that they're not alone in the universe... and they may wish they were still alone.

People have always looked to the stars, wondering what secrets lay among them. As humanity progresses, they develop the technology to reach them. Not just another moon landing. Really reach the stars.

Twenty light-years from Earth, in the constellation of Libra, one ex
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Kindle Edition, 2, 37 pages
Published December 26th 2015 by Smashwords
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Christi M
Jun 18, 2019 rated it it was amazing  ·  review of another edition
Shelves: sci-fi
A science fiction horror short story that is haunting, creepy, and leaves you wanting a little more.

They were there to investigate the pillars that no one could explain. Pillars that man-made tools weren't able to penetrate. But while they are investigating, the Giubilo - one of the ships that brought them - stops responding to communications. So a team is put together to go and find out what has gone wrong. It was most likely due to a technical malfunction. They were wrong.

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Geoff Lichy
Mar 28, 2016 rated it it was amazing  ·  (Review from the author)
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"No one could explain the pillars on the alien planet Zarmina. Vast, overwhelming and impossibly built, the two pillars are taller than any tree known to exist in human history. A group of scientists has been trying to take a sample from the pillars for examination, but to no avail. Days have passed without progress and frustration is building. When Giubilo, one of the ships orbiting the planet, isn't r
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Geoff Lichy is a graphic designer and photographer from New York's Hudson Valley. He occasionally writes short stories and is working on a few novels. As a musician Geoff has recorded and produced over 30 albums and EPs since 2006, contributing to over a dozen bands of various genres and playing multiple instruments.

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