|Statement||by Frank Higgins|
|Contributions||Wells, H. G. (Herbert George), 1866-1946|
|LC Classifications||MLCS 2011/43128 (P)|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||48 p. ;|
|Number of Pages||48|
|LC Control Number||2011453203|
“The Country of the Blind” by H.G. Wells, tells the story of Nuñez, who is blind in one eye, and who travels to a village in the Andes Mountains that was cut off from the rest of civilization. Doing the opposite - say, starting with the 7th book in a series and following that with the 2nd - can result in the opposite reaction. Such was the case when I read "Country of the Blind". Murders! Conspiracies! Corruption!4/5. Country of the Blind is a fast paced thriller. It is very hard to put down. It moves from one tense scenario with a set of characters to characters are very well developed and believable, although Jack Parlabane himself is a bit heroically James Bondish! I lived through the Thatcher years, and it was just like he describes/5(19). Praise for In the Country of the Blind: “Edward Hoagland’s quiet, emotionally complex novel not to mention his creator’s searching and abundant writings over a year career, [is] well worth the ride.”—The New York Times Book Review "Does anyone write better than Edward Hoagland?Brand: Arcade.
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