They also will produce milk much more suitable for human consumption than pig milk.
All involved will find in themselves surprising ressources and will do - finally quite easily - things they wouldn't even believe possible barely a week before.
John Christopher writes it well, and I think this may well be his best work (I have read them all).
post apocalyptic. In this age of scary viruses, this rings true todayPublished 11 days ago by cjdoyle
Of the billions of sci-fi efforts, of the many rockets and apocolyptic takes, John Chrsitopher stands far aprt from the general drivel most offer us. Read morePublished 13 months ago by adam bronson
I am surprised so many people find this an excellent read. There isn't one character I could root for or even relate to, either because they are so fundamentally dislikable or so... Read morePublished 15 months ago by Fillyjonk
best doomsday novel ever written bar none such a simple premise but truly belivable and does not pull any punchesPublished 16 months ago by Amazon Customer
Although quite old (first published in 1956) and not very long (barely two hundred pages), this is a very good "post-apocalyptic" novel, which didn't age much and still packs an... Read morePublished 18 months ago by Darth Maciek
I read about this in a science fiction review, which compared it to Lord of the Flies in importance as social commentary. Read morePublished 19 months ago by R M Carr
GOOD BUT NOT THE BLOCK BUSTER THE REVIEWS AND HISTORY WOULD LEAD ONE TO BELIEVE. CONTRADICTION IS EASE OF KILLING PEOPLE AND RIDGED STAND ON MINOR VALUES.Published 22 months ago by Robert R. Ward
The basic premise of this book is a virus that kills all plants in the grass family. This of course includes many of the plants that produce the staple foods of most peoples of the... Read morePublished 23 months ago by Stephen Challis
I was forced to read this dross back in high school. I was avid reader back then and would read almost anything cover to cover. I forced myself to finish it. Read morePublished 23 months ago by TV