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The Buried Sky

2 Ratings: 4.5
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"Reminds me of the rip-roaring, old-fashioned science fiction I devoured as a kid. A stirring story that I recommend to everyone - from my mystery reading friends to hard-core SF geeks."       --Lyda Morehouse, … see full wiki

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Publisher: Pyramid Press
2 reviews about The Buried Sky
review by . October 09, 2011
A quick read that was a lot of fun...
   Book Review - The Buried Sky by Keith Hartman       I normally don't do young adult novels, but on occasion I'll take up the offer from an author if the topic sounds interesting.  The Buried Sky by Keith Hartman seemed to fit that criteria.  It's a short book at only 146 pages, but it got going quickly and I found I really didn't want to put it down until I was done.  The setting and storyline was different enough to allow for a number …
review by . September 06, 2011
The "Burn" mentioned in the title to this review is the nuclear catastrophe which has destroyed the world and everyone and thing on its surface, except for a group of people who prepared for it beforehand by building a community in a series of caves cut off from the radiation. It's an odd place, with not a lot of people, and not a lot for them to do.      The protagonist is a 20 year old male who was born in the underground"city" the year after the Burn …
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