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flow_urgirl Donating Member (47 posts) Send PM | Profile | Ignore Sun Nov-29-09 06:56 AM
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Watermind by M.M. Buckner
Edited on Sun Nov-29-09 07:16 AM by flow_urgirl
This sci-fi with an environment of a corrupted part of earth as a base for the storyline is a great novel that I had to finish.

The character dialogue is real and given accents of Southern Louisiana and Zydeco flavoured songs.

Is great at the gripping points and climactic with so much happening that I tensed up in my shoulders imagining it and can see a movie being made form this for sure. Easily can picture the scenes.

http://www.mmbuckner.com/watermind.html

Watermind synopsis

The time is the present. The place is southern Louisiana. Every day, the Mississippi River carries up to 400,000 tons of rubbish from forty-one US states and three Canadian provinces...



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