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The Encyclopedia Of Early Earth Hardcover

A long time after the Big Bang, but long before giant reptiles first began to swim about the watery oceans of our planet, there is a little-known segment of Earth's history. This era, this unrecorded time, is known to those who study it as Early Earth. Early Earth has two poles, North and South, where live two distinct peoples, the Nords and the Suits, who on the whole have nothing to do with each other, first because they rarely venture from their own lands, and second because, like magnets, they actually repel each other.

So when a Nordic explorer finds his way to the South Pole and falls in love with a Suit girl, their story is likely to be tragic. Theirs is just one of the tales in this wonderful book. Isabel Greenberg has created an entire world, and populated it with gods and monsters. And humans, creations of the great god of Early Earth, BirdMan and his two children, the Ravens, who delight in meddling in their lives.

Jonathan Cape, hardback, 176 pages, published October 2013



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