The Measure of the Universe by Ellen Larson

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Good fun for all ages: A wide-eyed archeologist from Aldebaran lands in Greece to study with a sharp-tongued professor of paleography. They discover love among the runes, and a plot that spells disaster for both their worlds. Fire up your universal translators, it's Prometheus, Bloodied but Unbound! (literary science fiction - 36,000 words)

"Studded with clever double entendres and puns, this makes an engaging weekend read for language lovers." -Booklist

"Bookstore workers will hate trying to figure out where to shelve The Measure of the Universe, which cleverly weaves mystery, romance, and wordplay into a twenty-first century tale." -Strange Horizons

About Ellen Larson

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Larson is a writer and editor. She was born in Haworth, New Jersey.
Published January 7, 2014 by Savvy Press. 108 pages
Genres: Science Fiction & Fantasy, Literature & Fiction, Mystery, Thriller & Suspense, Humor & Entertainment, Romance, Action & Adventure. Fiction

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