The witch of Hebron : a world made by hand novel / James Howard Kunstler.
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- ISBN: 9780802119612
- ISBN: 0802119611
- Physical Description: 334 pages ; 23 cm.
- Edition: 1st ed.
- Publisher: New York : Atlantic Monthly Press, 
- Copyright: ©2010
|General Note:|| Series information from NoveList.
|Summary, etc.:|| In the sequel to his novel, World Made by Hand, Kunstler expands on his vision of a post-oil society with a new novel about an America in which the electricity has flickered off, the Internet is a distant memory, and the government is little more than a rumor. In the tiny hamlet of Union Grove, New York, travel is horse-drawn and farming is back at the center of life. But it's no pastoral haven. Wars are fought over dwindling resources and illness is a constant presence. Bandits roam the countryside, preying on the weak. And a sinister cult threatens to shatter Union Grove's fragile stability. In a book that is both shocking yet eerily convincing, Kunstler seamlessly weaves hot-button issues such as the decline of oil and the perils of climate change into a compelling narrative of violence, religious hysteria, innocence lost, and love found.
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