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Thirst / [jd shaw]
Bib ID 7091043
Format BookBook [text, volume]
Author
Shaw, J. D., 1966-, author
 
Description Tathra, NSW : JD Shaw Publ, 2016 
©2015 
210 pages ; 23 cm 
ISBN 9780646947167 (paperback)
Summary

"...in the final, faltering footsteps of global capitalism the two men encounter the first glimpses of a new simplicity-a hope born in a fresh equilibrium between humans and the planet"--Back cover.

Notes

"When titans finally falter, find hope in the small"--Cover.

Subjects Science fiction, Australian.  |  Australian

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