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Count Geiger's Blues



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Author
Bishop, Michael
Descriptors
Accountability
Allegorical Fiction
Family Relationships
Science
Science Fiction
Location/Setting:
Imaginary Places
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Summary
Xavier Thaxton considers himself a bastion of good taste and disregards the general population as beneath his notice. After Xavier is the victim of a radiation overdose, his ablilites and his attitudes change.
Critique
A great novel. The story itself is laugh out loud funny and touchingly sad. The message within the story, societal issues and environmental concerns, will leave the reader contemplating the bigger issues in life. This is the type of book that you will want to read twice and you are unlikely to forget. Highly recommended reading.
ISBN
0312890087
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# of Pages
374
Published
1994
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Reviewer's Initials: SH


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