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Heyday Books, 1941 - Fiction - 353 pages
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"Sweeping across the Pacific, a devastating storm wreaks havoc on San Francisco and the California coast and then moves relentlessly toward the Sierra Nevada, burying mountain passes and railroad tracks under tons of snow. First published in 1941, Storm presaged trends in literature and ecology that would appear decades later; an engrossing novel constructed by a master storyteller, it delineates an intricate web of humanity, wildlife, and landscape, all interacting in a drama that includes the weather itself in its cast of characters."--Page 4 of cover.

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A very enjoyable book about the history of a storm that descends upon Northern California. We see the inner workings of the Weather Bureau, from the moment that a small disturbance out in the far ... Read full review

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