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Cover to Cover #89: Mike Brotherton / John Turi

Mike Brotherton Mike is a professor of astronomy and has taken his passion, wrapped it up and put it in a book. His debut novel is called Star Dragon, and it gets a big thumbs up from Evo, who read the book in a single one-day sitting. Fans of hard sci-fi are going to enjoy […]

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