Mister Touch

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Random House Publishing Group, 1992 - Fiction - 502 pages
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In the wake of the decimation of human life across the U.S. by virus V70--a mutant offshoot of AIDS--a multi-racial group of ravaged survivors join forces under the leadership of a blind visionary named "Mister Touch". Beset by violent gangs, vicious dogs, and shortages of food and medicine, the modern pioneer family embarks on an epic trip across America.

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User Review  - Andy Phillips - Goodreads

A group of survivors of a pandemic band together in New York city for mutual protection and company. Most have some combination of poor eyesight and difficult breathing, which are after-effects of the ... Read full review

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User Review  - Paula - Goodreads

If I had rated this book just after finishing it, I would probably have given it 2 or 3 stars. I don't remember whether it was exceptionally written; I remember being so affronted by the coarseness of ... Read full review

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