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Really, it is - you just have to drink a lot (a lot) of gin to erase the movie from your mind. Aaron Sanders has imagined Whitman as a young man caught up in a story of life—and death—as he reports on the sordid world of body snatching while trying to exonerate a friend accused of murder. On August 15, 1977, astronomer Jerry Ehman, working on a SETI project at Ohio Wesleyan University’s Perkins Observatory, glanced as usual at the prints generated by the radio telescope known as the “Big Ear,” but what he saw this time made him write “ Wow! ” on the printout.

Pages: 370

Publisher: Random House (April 12, 2011)


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