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BookSurge, LLC, Aug 12, 2008 - Fiction - 329 pages
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For the Adman, a former copywriter for The Ad Agency, there¬'s no way out but ¬“in.¬” He becomes an ¬“indoor landscaper¬” or ¬“horticultural technician,¬” for a company called ¬“Topiary Techniques.¬” He tends the potted flora of The City¬'s Corporations in order to ¬“get back to the land.¬” He keeps the green growing in potted oases strewn about offices, cubicles, lobbies, and executive suites.The former Adman becomes ¬“Plantman,¬” and in the spirit of Don Quixote, begins a dizzying journey into the dystopia of The City¬'s false history and ¬“executive statutes¬” enacted to control the epidemic of Viral Deviants (VDs) and the Missing Young, who flow into The City from hot June till the first scholarly summons of September.

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