A gift upon the shore

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Ballantine Books, Feb 3, 1990 - Fiction - 375 pages
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Amid the collapse of civilization, Mary Hope and Rachel Morrow, two survivors of the devastation wreaked by natural disasters and nuclear war, create a cache of books in an attempt to preserve the past

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User Review  - Polly Halicki - Goodreads

With a lot of post-apocalyptic fiction around, it is hard not to fall into the same-old ruts. MK Wren offers a study of friendship, and an exposure of religious zealots. Similar to Malevil, and as well-written. Read full review

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User Review  - Rose - Goodreads

Of all the post-apocalyptic genre stories I have read, this one seems the most likely to occur in reality. This is Mary's story, although she calls it the Chronicle of Rachel. We first meet Mary as a ... Read full review


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