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The Chrysalids

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The Chyrsalids is set in the future after a devastating global nuclear war. David, the young hero of the novel, lives in a tight-knit community of religious and genetic fundamentalists, always on the alert for any deviation from the norm of God’s creation. Abnormal plants are publicly ...

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  • Author: John Wyndham
  • Publish Date: 2008-11-18
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