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By 2050, New York City has been encased in a massive terrorist proof shell, and no one can travel in or out. Protected as well from the rising sea, New Yorkers finally feel safe. Few seem to care that the Statue of Liberty has eroded to an unrecognizable stump or that Central Park is just a memory. Within this dark world, Noah, a psychotherapist who has plenty of problems of his own, discovers love in the entirely wrong place, with his brother's wife, Margaret. When people in New York start dying for mysterious reasons, and the Liberty Party silences anyone who speaks out about it, Noah must find a way not only to save his relationship with Margaret, but to save their lives as well.Political satire and aching love story wrapped into one, this powerful, elegantly written novel is a poignant cry to wake up and save ourselves-from individual loneliness and collective environmental catastrophe-before it's too late.
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Queenelle Minet grew up near New York City and lived for a time in Greenwich Village. She currently resides in Marin County, California, where she writes and works as a psychotherapist specializing in couples therapy.
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Book Description Synergy Books, 2008. Condition: New. book. Seller Inventory # M1934454257
Book Description Synergy Books, 2008. Paperback. Condition: New. Seller Inventory # DADAX1934454257