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New Moon

Book 1 of Alaytion Archives

Al DesHôtel

Copyright 1990

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Author's note: All characters depicted in this work of fiction are 18 years of age or older. All characters are fictional and any resemblances to actual persons living or dead is a coincidence.


As the unaccompanied yellow star rotated about its axis, the planets surrounding it revolved in a systematic majestic parade; the way planets are often times given to do.

After the formation of the third planet, when the surface began to cool and the planet had congealed sufficiently enough, hydrogen and trace elements accumulated to pro­duce a mol­ecule. After several million orbits of the third planet of this system a certain combination of these free molecules collided. This collision was the sort of col­lision that only occurs randomly and with an extremely low frequency.

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