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Let me tell you a story, said Gaia. Julia smiled and sat on the floor next to her. The room was dark but for a candle burning on the old coffee table in front of them. As Gaia spoke her
Cillian returned to his mascareta, a black, low, flat-bottom boat he used to move from island to island. He left the two Plier cakes and asked the boatman to wait for his return. Cillian came back an hour later, with a number of bags from
October, 1909. AirBird, the Blue gas-powered rigid light-alloy airship, begins public service. October, 1909. The average depth of the water in Helobiae lagoon is seventy-two feet.
March, 421. The Ocean Building, one of the first stone buildings of the lagoon, is complete. It is the oldest building still standing in 1930, although completely submerged. February, 1878. AirFish, the compressed air-propelled submarine, begins public service.
January, 1809. The average depth of the water in Helobiae lagoon is twelve feet. Artificial islands connect the existing ones and give continuity to the texture of the city. April, 1927. Helobiae is protected by the Maelstrom Dam, which