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Sounds like a sequel to Stephen Hawking's "A Brief History of Time," except going into much greater depth probing the topic of black holes.

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all it's missing from being the greatest coffee table book ever is a donkey on the cover and a coupon for a free tube of lube on the centerfold

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I don't know, I found the novel to be thrilling. I mean yes there was a gap, but I think the biggest twist was when the character traveled to Uranus and discovered a black hole, which caught our philanderer off guard. It went beyond belief that such a crack could exist in such a tight space, yet still pull such a large object into it. Giggity

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Drop outs don't get good jobs.... They work at McDonalds, Tim Hortons (Canadian Duncan Donuts I believe...), starbucks, etc.

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