KINDRED

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In 1976 Dana has just turned twenty-six and she and her husband Kevin move to their new home in Los Angeles. Suddenly, while unpacking their books, Dana loses consciousness. When she comes to, she finds herself at the edges of a dense forest and immediately realizes that a small child is drowning in the river next to her. Without second thought, she dives into the water and saves it, but when she comes out, a man is waiting for her on the bank, pointing his gun at her. And while her life is in danger, she finds herself back in her apartment, soaked to the bone. She has just experienced the scariest experience of her life, but little did she know at the time that this would happen again and again…

A groundbreaking masterpiece, African-American science fiction author Octavia E. Butler’s now-classic, anti-racist novel Kindred (1979) uniquely combines historical fiction and fantasy, and is taught in American schools and colleges.

17,90 

Weight0,565 kg
Συγγραφέας

Μεταφραστής

Γιώργος Μπαρουξής

ISBN

9789605212995

Αριθμός σελίδων

368

Σχήμα

14×21

Βάρος

0,565