Brin, David The Postman

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THE POSTMAN will keep you engrossed until you've finished the last page (CHICAGO Tribune)

A moving experience . . . a powerful cautionary tale (Whitley Strieber)

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Thanks for the nice remarks!
Thanks for the encouragement, folks. This whole Hollywood thing has been a roller coaster. But the book itself is an anchor. It was a reflection of how I felt when, as a kid, it seemed to me the world might go poof at any time, and how much we'd miss the little things in life... the things that make it worth standing up, now and then, and saying 'I am a member of a civilization.' Hang in there and make it work. David Brin

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