This Blue Ball
by Wayne Miller
Publisher: thisblueball.com 2005
Number of pages: 200
From an unearthly distance, earth seems blue, but not where we stand. Life seems predictable because we live backwards, always seeing into and repeating the past, but sometimes the future surprises, and sometimes you surprise yourself. This novel tells of a contact with an extraterrestrial intelligence and illuminates the confluence of a handful of lives though this alien light.
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