The Never-ending Days of Being Dead

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In Chown's most ambitious book to date he sets out to answer some of the most provocative questions of today:- Is Elvis alive and kicking in another space domain?- Will we ever find ET?- What's beyond the edge of the Universe?- Did aliens build the stars?- Can we live forever?
In Chown's most ambitious book to date he sets out to answer some of the most provocative questions of today:- Is Elvis alive and kicking in another space domain?- Will we ever find ET?- What's beyond the edge of the Universe?- Did aliens build the stars?- Can we live forever?
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AuthorMarcus Chown
PublisherFaber & Faber
PlaceLondon
Year2007
ISBN9780571220564
BindingPaperback
ConditionVery Good
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