In February 2108, the New Zealand Rediscovery Expedition reaches California at last. It is over a century since the world was devastated by nuclear war, but the blight of radioactivity and disease still gnaws away at the survivors.
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"The ultimate horror vision -- but one not without humor" ( Los Angeles Times)
" Ape and Essence leaves us in mingled respect of the author's intelligence and disgust for the world he had created" ( Independent)
"Clever, brutal, thoughtful, original...a nauseating vision of a still-possible future" (Anthony Burgess)
"Powerfully moving" ( Times Literary Supplement)
"Painfully and majestically vivid; it is a great piece of work" ( Guardian)
Huxley's nightmare vision of the fate of humanity in a post-nuclear world
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Book Description FLAMINGO, 1994. Book Condition: Very Good. New Ed. N/A. Ships from the UK. Great condition for a used book! Minimal wear. Bookseller Inventory # GRP88870503
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Book Description HarperCollins Publishers Canada, Limited, Scarborough, ON, Canada, 1994. Trade Paper. Book Condition: Very Good. 0006547400; Clean, tight, unmarked; crease on front cover near spine; age tanning to pages; otherwise light general wear; "Huxley displays the consequence of wrong turning taken by Man in the 17th century. The exploitation of the New World, the Industrial Revolution, the victorious concepts of Progress and Nationalism are driving us on to our doom. Wit, learning and passion illuminate this serious indictment of our civilisation. ". Bookseller Inventory # 000558