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Divided Kingdom

Divided Kingdom

Book - 2005
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Following his highly acclaimed The Book of Revelation, Thomson now explores a radical social experiment in a novel compelling for its brilliant improvisation of a political future and its timeless grasp of individual lives.
Publisher: New York : Knopf, 2005
Edition: 1st American ed
ISBN: 9781400042180
1400042186
Call Number: F Thomson
Characteristics: 331 p. ; 25 cm

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Persnickety77
Nov 29, 2014

Interesting concept, but it's not very well fleshed out. and the book is inexplicably supernatural at parts, while being realistic in other parts. a lot of things weren't really explained. it seems like the author kind of lost his way.

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ncosgray
Jul 09, 2010

This story is set in a dystopic alternate reality -- otherworldly and yet familiar -- where citizens have been corralled into four huge walled states based on their personality traits.

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