Bantam Dell Publishing Group, 1991
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Paradise is a small industrial city in Pennsylvania that’s about to become Ground Zero for the end of the world. For far too long, we’ve been poisoning the planet with toxic waste. Not any more. This morning something finally woke up in Paradise. It’s intelligent, virulent and ambitious. It’s everywhere, in the water we drink, the air we breathe. And it won’t be satisfied until we’re gone.
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Leisure Books / May 2010. Reviewed by: Joan Turner. John Skipp and Craig Spector's gripping apocalyptic novel, The Bridge, first released by Bantam in 1991, is just as unsettling and relevant today as it was then.
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