The Hopkins Manuscript

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Macmillan, 1939 - Archaeologists and archaeology - 352 pages
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A science fiction novel, dealing with the cataclysmic effects of the moon falling into the Atlantic Ocean.

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User Review  - Stella Wang - Goodreads

i just can't like this book! Normally i'm pretty interested in reading this kind of sci-fi book. At first it was okay but then it's just going so slow??? and the writing is kind of dry?? I just can't relate to it. Read full review

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User Review  - Ali - Goodreads

The Hopkins Manuscript is a brilliant imagining of the moon's collision with the earth, and the eventual end of western civilisation. Sci-fi novels vary in type, and I have read only a few over the ... Read full review

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