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River of Gods.

River of Gods

Ian McDonald

Pyr

59 John Glenn Dr., Amherst, NY 14228-2197

1591024366 $25.00 www.pyrsf.com

It's 2047--the hundredth birthday of India--and six very different people, from a gangster and copy to a set designer, a scientist and a dropout, will find their lives entwined in a country set to see its greatest change yet. Social issues blend with futuristic concerns in a weighty novel which uses India's culture and past to build an engrossing story of a nation's uncertain future in a techo world facing extreme shock and changes.
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