Waiting For The End Of The World

Waiting For The End Of The World In a bleak futuristic city where an elite regime controls all human activity sixteen year old Manfred escapes to the hills and experiences visions of an ancient past and a doomed future which force h

  • Title: Waiting For The End Of The World
  • Author: Lee Harding
  • ISBN: 9780908090563
  • Page: 473
  • Format: Unknown Binding
  • In a bleak futuristic city where an elite regime controls all human activity, sixteen year old Manfred escapes to the hills and experiences visions of an ancient past and a doomed future which force him to seek safer ground.

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    About “Lee Harding

    • Lee Harding

      Lee John Harding is an Australian author, founder of the Melbourne Science Fiction Club and published in Science Fantasy Magazine, New Worlds and Science Fiction Adventures He used the name of Harold G Nye as a pseudonym for some of his works and has won the Ditmar Award, the Alan Marshall Award, the Australian Children s Book Award and the Australian Science Fiction Award.



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    • A lot of this story was jarring.This story is supposedly set in Australia, but for me there was very little atmosphere of Australia. It could easily have been set in Britain. I only know it was set in Australia, because we were told so. Much of the description of the landscape, the supposed memories of the characters, etc, were more British than Australia. Why didn’t the author just be done with pretending this is an Australian story and set it in Britain, as it appears that’s where his hear [...]


    • Absolutely enthralled and haunted me throughout my teenage years. A sad yet very uplifting coming of age set against post apocolyptic Australia and Tyranny .Often strange but ultimately page turning.I re read it often .


    • Was a bit of a Lee harding fan in the 80s so I grabbed this when it came out. Easy and quite enjoyable to read but not the same clever concept as Displaced Person.


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