Compulsively absorbing: the white heat of its images seems to burn off the page, and the surreal landscapes linger on in the mind."" IndependentOn the arid, war-plaguedterrain of central Africa, a manic doctor is consumed with visions oftransforming the Sahara into a land of abundance. But Dr. Mallorys obsessionquickly spirals dangerously out of control. First published in 1987, thisclassic Ballard thriller continues to resonate with dark implications for thefuture of humanity (Publishers Weekly).
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W. W. Norton & Company
May 13, 2012
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