Walking to Aldebaran (Hardback)Adrian Tchaikovsky (author)
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I'm lost. I'm scared. And there's something horrible in here.
My name is Gary Rendell. I'm an astronaut. When they asked me as a kid what I wanted to be when I grew up, I said, "astronaut, please!" I dreamed astronaut, I worked astronaut, I studied astronaut.
I got lucky; when a probe exploring the Oort Cloud found a strange alien rock and an international team of scientists was put together to go and look at it, I made the draw.
I got even luckier. When disaster hit and our team was split up, scattered through the endless cold tunnels, I somehow survived.
Now I'm lost, and alone, and scared, and there's something horrible in here.Lucky me.
Lucky, lucky, lucky.
A new standalone novella by the Arthur C Clarke Award-winning author of Children of Time.
Number of pages: 144
Weight: 310 g
Dimensions: 235 x 158 x 16 mm
Edition: Signed Limited Edition
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