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back out to sea, leaving pools of this glowing water among the rocky outcroppings. It was the very end of the very last day of the breeding, a thing that would not occur again for another century. It was so rare and so wondrous that comets and meteor strikes seemed workaday by comparison. Newspapers and television reporters had taken to calling it the 100-Year Miracle. It did things to people, this miracle. Strange and not wholly wonderful things.

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The 100 Year Miracle Prologue and Chapter 1  

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