In the Garden of Dead Cars

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Cleis Press, 1993 - Fiction - 245 pages
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In a future where survivors of a sexual plague are terrified of human contact and sex has become a capital crime, Emma, the daughter of a feminist physician, embarks on a dangerously criminal journey filled with self-discovery

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In the Garden of Dead Cars by Sybil Claiborne is an excellent, powerful, interesting, dystopian story set in a near-future world several decades after the AIDs virus has mutated and killed a large ... Read full review


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