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The Shadow of Olympus: Book One of the Lowellsville Chronicles.

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Pages: 278

Language: English

Book format: An electronic version of a printed book that can be read on a computer or handheld device designed specifically for this purpose.

Publisher: Outskirts Press (26 Feb. 2015)

By: E.M. Smith (Author)

A Busy Day On Mars! Michael Edwards and his coworker/ lover, Sophia Sandra Collins, were fossil hunting in an ancient creek bank and were thrilled to find the first crustacean ever discovered on Mars. They did not know that they would soon be receiving a radio call from the little outpost settlement of Trailertown that would change the course of human history! A water prospecting friend there had made a puzzling discovery of an item that did not appear natural and wanted them to see it. This event, plus troubling events on Earth and Luna would soon tax the ingenuity of the settlers on Mars and if they did not innovate quickly, their village of Lowellsville could soon become as extinct as the fossil they found!

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