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When Earth loses contact with the colony planet Eden, an expedition is sent to
find out why. Even though the planet has been determined to have no hostile
properties, the second expedition is astonished to find no evidence of the colony.
The colonists are spread out, naked, wandering dazed among the bushes, with
no sign of any of the technology they brought from Earth.
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Cover image: Garden of Eden (Detail) by Thomas Cole (1801 - 1848).
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