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by Julian A Anderson

Noril'sk

Noril'sk

by Julian A Anderson

Science journalist Mike Jordan anticipates a routine visit to a quiet rural research facility. Within hours however, the research team experiences strange incidents following the revival of a forty-year-old experiment on an ancient meteorite.
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When science journalist Mike Jordan drives to a small Dorset farm he is anticipating nothing more exciting than a routine visit to a quiet rural research facility. Within hours however, the research team begins to experience strange things following the revival of a forty year old experiment on an ancient meteorite.
Are they simply hallucinating as a consequence of the experiments or have they stumbled on the first scientific evidence for the existence of life beyond death?

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Genres: Mystery, Paranormal, Science Fiction (Sci-Fi)

Google Category: None

Pages: 322

ASIN: B00T37Y534

ISBN(10): 9780993432

Sales Rank: 3173279

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