Drowning Towers

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Arbor House, 1987 - Fiction - 318 pages
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Centers on a young boy growing up in an overpopulated, highly automated future city that is being threatened by the rising waters of the world's oceans

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My reactions to this novel in 1989 with spoilers. (My older self would now probably say Turner got the cataclysmic warming wrong and the massive unemployment due to automation right.) Every once in ... Read full review

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A family in the 21st century struggles to survive in a world beset by overpopulation, depletion of resources, and the inexorable reclamation of the land by the encroaching sea. Turner ( Beloved Son ... Read full review

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