ALL FOOL'S DAY by Edmund Cooper

ALL FOOL'S DAY

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KIRKUS REVIEW

The fools were the ""transnormals,"" the oddballs who were the only survivors of a radiation-inspired mass suicide movement that had carried off all of the ordinary types. It's England with all the quirky kinds in the British character on display. Matthew Greville, a pretty confused character, moves through an even more chaotic world where pseudo- priests give blessings before they kill, men become monks in the order of the ""Brothers of Iniquity,"" there are gang rapes and feudal establishments and of course, rats. A very special nightmare for modern Poe-its.

Pub Date: Oct. 19th, 1966
Publisher: Walker