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The Day of The Triffids
The Day of The Triffids
Author: John Wyndham
It was on Tuesday, May 7, that Earth's orbit passed through a cloud of comet debris. At least that's what millions of people believed at the time. — News bulletins reported that odd bolts of bright green light had been seen in the skies of California the night before. From all over the Pacific came accounts of brilliant green meteor showers. And ...  more »
ISBN: 396410
Publication Date: 1951
Pages: 216
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Publisher: Doubleday & Company
Book Type: Hardcover
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John Wyndham was British and most of his writing is set or referenced to England.

This novel is a fairly quick read, although I admit to having read it more than a few times.

Smart plant, useful to our economy, carnivorous and extremely dangerous. Humans lose control by accident and we learn a lesson the hard way.

If you are interested in science fiction and have not read this author, I do recommend.