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Strange Telescopes: Following the Apocalypse from Moscow to Siberia

by Daniel Kalder

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Not as good as Lost Cosmonaut, but still worthwhile. Drags a bit here and there, but picks up with the cult.
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When Daniel Kalder descended into the sewers of Moscow in pursuit of the mythical lost city of tramps, he didn't realize that he was embarking on a bizarre, year-long odyssey that would lead him thousands of miles across Russia to the Arctic Circle via the heart of Asia. A unique account of a modern day quest that reveals the astonishing lengths people will go to when they view the world through a "strange telescope."… (more)

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