Star Man's Son: 2250 A.D.

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Harcourt, Brace, 1952 - Twenty-third century - 248 pages
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Two centuries after an atomic war on earth, a silver-haired mutant sets out on a dangerous search for a lost city of the ruined civilization.

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Review: Star Man's Son, 2250 AD

User Review  - Rick Aucoin - Goodreads

The first novel I ever read, in about 6th grade. Probably the cause of my lifelong love of the post-apocalyptic genre. Certainly a good read for its target audience, the 10-14 year old. Read full review

Review: Star Man's Son, 2250 AD

User Review  - Michael - Goodreads

This is the book that started it all for me. Growing up poor the one extravagance my sister and I had was the monthly book club at school. We could sometimes buy a book or two and one of the books I ... Read full review

Contents

A THIEF BY NIGHT
1
INTO THE MIDST OF YESTERDAY
15
THE DARK HUNTER
28
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