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February The Fifth


By Derek Haines



February The Fifth

Copyright © 2010 by Derek Haines

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Contents
February The Fifth
About The Author
More Books by Derek Haines


I suffer fools badly. Makes it difficult to live with myself.’



February The Fifth


Gloth

As far as planets go, Gloth is definitely one you could classify as your relatively average habitable planet. It’s got three moons, although only one is actually big enough to see most nights, as the smaller two have been mined for so long they have been reduced to nothing more than small, reflection free, orbiting rocks. Somehow the third moon was lucky enough to be resource free and thus able to carry on reflecting and shining brightly at night – like moons are supposed to do. Gloth’s climate is quite nice, and it is only in the upper reaches of its poles that it gets a bit chilly in the mornings. Being well known for having attractive pink oceans and uniformly pale mauve rivers with remarkably few twists and turns, it’s the abundance of extremely high waterfalls that really attracts the tourists. Particularly the honeymooners – even given the aforementioned dead moon or two problem.

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