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Around the World for 900 Years: Watching History Happen

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Around the World for 900 Years: Watching History Happen
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Publisher: Smashwords
ISBN/ASIN: B009N0D320
Number of pages: 125

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Cole's history is World News, reported as it happens by a roving observer/commentator in an imaginary space station drifting around the Earth for 900 years. He observes interesting events that are happening about the same time in different parts of the world. The commentator has to return to base occasionally, and misses a lot of the dull bits.

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