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Journey to the Center
Journey to the Center
Author: Brian M. Stableford
ISBN-13: 9780879977566
ISBN-10: 0879977566
Publication Date: 8/2/1982
Pages: 176
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Publisher: DAW
Book Type: Paperback
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From the back cover: The galaxy is full of mysteries, and Asgard one of the most inexplicable. Many different species and many different types of individual sought answers to the multiple enigmas of Asgard. Anthropologists, fortune hunters, scientists, gangsters, politicians and explorers found reason to congregate on the planet which possibly wasn't a planet. To stand on the artificial surface and wonder how many subcutaneous levels the planet contained, and what, if anything, was at the center. And to examine the artifacts on the reachable levels where the temperature approached Absolute Zero. Artifacts of a civilization far more advanced than any known spacefaring species of the day. Artifacts of a people who possibly still live at the center - thousands of miles and thousands of levels deeper than any known explorer had set foot.

General consensus was that Mike Rousseau, an archeological scavenger might be the only man capable of reaching the center and unraveling the mystery of Asgard. Rousseau didn't quite agree, but unfortunately, the choice was not his...