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The Ghosts of Earth by Paul Dore

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The Ghosts of Earth
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Publisher: ManyBooks
ISBN/ASIN: B008OPADOQ
Number of pages: 498

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The first book describes the beginnings of a universe - the origins of space and time, and of consciousness itself. These cataclysmic events set in train the Truthfarers' quest, and the account of their journey Homewards. This history follows the adventures of two of these beings as they travel from the skies of an ancient planet to the realm of the gods, and then onwards to the freezing landscape of a new world, before finally encountering the subterranean regions of the Gaki.

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