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Eden
     

Eden

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by Phil Rossi
 

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"Science can't explain what is sometimes called 'magic.' Magic can't explain the wonder of EDEN."- Scott Sigler, New York Times best-selling author of Contagious

The tree is beautiful and they call her Eden. Her branches reach for the stars. She is like all other trees on planet Earth save for her enormous size. Still, she has leaves and she has bark. She turns

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"Science can't explain what is sometimes called 'magic.' Magic can't explain the wonder of EDEN."- Scott Sigler, New York Times best-selling author of Contagious

The tree is beautiful and they call her Eden. Her branches reach for the stars. She is like all other trees on planet Earth save for her enormous size. Still, she has leaves and she has bark. She turns sunlight into life. But this tree does not sprout from the dirt. Eden fills the sky, high in orbit above the blue expanse of Uranus.

Eden changes humanity's very concept of extraterrestrial life.

Dr. Malcolm Green is sent to Eden to audit a science team studying this extraordinary tree from the dark confines of space station Lola. But with unexplainable accidents plaguing the team, tensions are mounting between scientists and custodial staff. Is there a future for this project and Lola? Only Malcolm Green can make that call. From the second he sets foot on Lola, Malcolm's own future is in jeopardy.

He soon finds that love, friendship, and his own mortality tremble like a leaf at the sound of Eden's call.

Product Details

ISBN-13:
9781897492215
Publisher:
Dragon Moon Press
Publication date:
11/14/2011
Pages:
104
Product dimensions:
6.00(w) x 9.00(h) x 0.25(d)

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Eden 5 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 1 reviews.
LeahPetersen More than 1 year ago
This book was such a treat. The emotion Rossi evokes is real and universal. His hero is flawed and both mourns those flaws and accepts their inevitability. He doesn't let the problems, inside or out, keep him from solving this fascinating mystery. The action here is subtle and suspenseful, inside a world that feels both mind-boggling impossible and painfully real. Great read.