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"A book of such accelerating tension that the pages seem to turn faster as one moves along." —Chicago Tribune
"As scary and suspenseful as anything in Hitchcock." —The New Yorker
"Extraordinary. . . . Daring. . . . Frightening in its implications." —The New York Times
"Fascinating, suspenseful, and morally provocative. The characterizations are sharply etched and the narrative is compelling."—Chicago Sun-Times
“She writes like an angel. Every character is closely drawn. Her atmosphere is unerringly, chillingly convincing. And she manages all this without for a moment slowing down the drive and tension of an exciting mystery.”
—The Times (UK)
This book falls into the doomsday, science fiction genre; and is a very poor example of that genre. I read the book because I enjoy this author's work, and have read several... Read morePublished 3 days ago by jann
Excellent book, with a pace very different from the movie. Much more cerebral and contemplative. A great read about the demise of humanityPublished 12 days ago by Amazon Customer
Great book. My daughter needed to purchase it for class. She really loved this story.Published 15 days ago by Aarin Fotopoulos
Read the book because I liked the movie. Alfonso Cuaron took a shell of an idea and blew it up in ways that don't exist in the book. Read morePublished 15 days ago by Strange Bedfellows
One of the few situations where one can point to the film over the book as the better entertainment.Published 2 months ago by J Pousson
This book should rank with 1984 as a dystopian masterpiece. Seems more relevant than ever... One of PD James
Our book club was examining "The History of the Future."
I chose a fascinating story by a mystery writer, P.D. James, a well-known Englishwoman. Read more