Months after a bio-terror attack has decimated the world, Rand Gardner travels among its survivors, chronicling their lives with a newsletter he copies by hand and posts along roadsides and bridges. But although he thinks of himself as exceptional only because of his q ability not to get sick, q Rand does more than simply survive. He travels along the Delaware River in New Jersey and Pennsylvania, calling on the homesteads of other survivors and pulling together some semblance of community.It stuck in her mind because of its order: The message pads and QuickBooks manuals were squared off against the edges, the drawers were organized into neat sections of pencils, paper clips, staples and ribbons. She slipped into town oneanbsp;...
|Publisher||:||Mark Feffer - 2006-05-01|