Last Refuge #2020

Last Refuge By Elizabeth Ann Scarborough Last Refuge From a Nebula Award winning author comes the moving sequel to the fantasy bestseller Nothing Sacred a thoughtful exploration of the nature of war and its aftermath Outside a secret prison camp hidden
  • Title: Last Refuge
  • Author: Elizabeth Ann Scarborough
  • ISBN: 9780553370317
  • Page: 463
  • Format: Paperback
  • Last Refuge By Elizabeth Ann Scarborough
    Last Refuge By Elizabeth Ann Scarborough From a Nebula Award winning author comes the moving sequel to the fantasy bestseller Nothing Sacred a thoughtful exploration of the nature of war and its aftermath Outside a secret prison camp hidden in the Himalayas, the effects of nuclear fire have dissipated, but now a new tragedy has arisen Infants presumed safe within the walls of Shangri La are being born withouFrom a Nebula Award winning author comes the moving sequel to the fantasy bestseller Nothing Sacred a thoughtful exploration of the nature of war and its aftermath Outside a secret prison camp hidden in the Himalayas, the effects of nuclear fire have dissipated, but now a new tragedy has arisen Infants presumed safe within the walls of Shangri La are being born without souls.
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    About “Elizabeth Ann Scarborough

    • Elizabeth Ann Scarborough

      Elizabeth Ann Scarborough was born March 23, 1947, and lives in the Puget Sound area of Washington Elizabeth won a Nebula Award in 1989 for her novel The Healer s War, and has written than a dozen other novels She has collaborated with Anne McCaffrey, best known for creating the Dragonriders of Pern, to produce the Petaybee Series and the Acorna Series.

    480 thoughts on “Last Refuge

    • Published 1992 Can t say I enjoyed this book Found it tedious, talky, padded with unnecessary exposition with a ho hum apocalyptic story.


    • Pretty much unbelievable but interesting tale if you look at it from a story through the lens of Tibetan mysticism perspective.


    • Despite a slow start, this turned into quite the adventure However, it didn t have a lot of depth for me I guess you can call it a post apocalyptic fairy tale.


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