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Plot: Up the Tower is a dystopian novel which has an historian telling us about life on Junktown – the slum area of a town called St Louis – before an earthquake hit it. Read morePublished 4 months ago by Ana Silva
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This the best fun I have had in the genre in a while. J.P. Lantern riffs on Gibson’s themes with doses of humor and relevance to current issues in society. Read morePublished 13 months ago by Derek A. Larson
It is all a mess........nothing more..nothing less
It starts in a way interestingly but soon gets boring and
I enjoyed the book on every level...easy to read, fun, interesting. Unique concepts kept the storyline new and enjoyable. Editing was good.Published 13 months ago by Jud Morrison
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