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At the Mountains of Madness

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At the Mountains of Madness
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Publisher: ManyBooks
ISBN/ASIN: B000G1OA2C
Number of pages: 124

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On an expedition to Antarctica, Professor William Dyer and his colleagues discover the remains of ancient half-vegetable, half-animal life-forms. The extremely early date in the geological strata is surprising because of the highly-evolved features found in these previously unkown life-forms. Through a series of dark revelations, violent episodes, and misunderstandings, the group learns of Earth's secret history and legacy.

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