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Deep within the Congo, a team of scientists prepares for the greatest event in the history of humanity, making first contact with an intelligent extraterrestrial species. Only the jungle is no place for doubts. 

Could first contact be our last?

©2019 Peter Cawdron (P)2020 Tantor

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  • 20-02-2021

excellent interpretation of first contact

an excellent interpretation of what first contact could be like. I would definitely recommend this if your are looking for something to chew on.

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  • 06-10-2020

Nonsense story and super boring!

The bad Russians vs the good Americans! The book waste hours with nonsense. The Alien part is even worse! The main character is a teenager who during the book is able to discuss philosophy, history, biology, etc. Nonsense! Additionally, it is quite hard to go through the book since the story is so boring.

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