LIFE BEINGS TOMORROW by Sydney Parkman

LIFE BEINGS TOMORROW

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KIRKUS REVIEW

A plausible, adventurous treatment of the possibility of world annihilation through lethal, uncontrolled plague. Two Americans, who have sailed the Atlantic and been without news for several months, land in England and discover utter desolation. They eventually learn that plague has wiped out almost all the population, eventually, too meet up with some survivors. There is the story too of Stella Wingate and her experiences during the plague, in a patrolled camp, wandering to find proper living quarters, forced to refuge with an assortment of those who have pulled through but who are under the domination of a gangster-like pair, and finally finding safety with the Americans...A logical picture, and interesting reading for science-fiction minded fans.

Pub Date: May 8th, 1950
Publisher: Pellegrini & Cudahy