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The last day: A novel of the day after tomorrow (edition 1959)

by Helen Clarkson

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Title:The last day: A novel of the day after tomorrow
Authors:Helen Clarkson
Info:Distributed by Dodd, Mead (1959), Unknown Binding, 183 pages
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The last day: A novel of the day after tomorrow by Helen Clarkson

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A disappointing post apocalyptic novel. Unlike 'Alas, Babylon' there is little about how people cope with a post nuclear attack. Most of the book has characters breaking into long tirades/sermons about nuclear war. 'Alas, Babylon' is much better. ( )
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