A gift upon the shore

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Ballantine Books, Feb 3, 1990 - Fiction - 375 pages
52 Reviews
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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Too much soapbox, but beautiful prose. - Goodreads
The book is flawed by a few improbable plot points. - Goodreads
lovely. similar premise as into the forest. - Goodreads

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User Review  - RE Barnes - Goodreads

I just re-read this a few months ago. I was struck by the quality of the prose, which flows lyrically and effortlessly between description and dialog. I found myself slowing down to savor various ... Read full review

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A Gift Upon the Shore is a different kind of apocalyptic/post-apocalyptic story. Instead of action and adventure, it is a character study. One of the most interesting questions presented by this genre ... Read full review


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