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On a remote lake in Canada, Ashley and Justin seek an off-the-grid lifestyle, while two anomalies merge into one. A distant galaxy exhibits unusual characteristics in Justin's amateur telescope, and something under the lake is stirring. Soon military submarine chaser aircraft from two countries are involved, and so are astronomers from around the world. It's a race to discover the meaning of the anomalies, and Ashley and Justin take an unexpected lead in the investigations. Two anomalies point to a visit from space that could change the world.

Published: Wayne Lutz on
ISBN: 9781301042005
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