Emergence

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Bantam Books, 1990 - Fiction - 291 pages
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In the aftermath of a bionuclear war Candy Smith-Foster searches the ruins of America for any other survivors

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This is one crazy masterpiece. I enjoyed it. About 90 percent of the book is written in 1st person, past, crazy shorthand style. I was OK with the abbreviated style of writing, but I could imagine some readers would hate it and give up. The book is Science Fiction of the old school variety. Read full review

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Thirty years ago, approximately, one of my favorite books came out: Emergence, by David Palmer. It is a post-apocalypse novel about a very smart (just ask her) girl trying to find her way in a world ... Read full review

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