Kindred (Paperback)
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Kindred (Paperback)

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Paperback 324 Pages / Published: 01/08/2001
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Publisher: The Women's Press Ltd
ISBN: 9780704341623
Number of pages: 324
Weight: 192 g
Dimensions: 190 x 130 mm

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“Thought provoking ”

Kindred is part historical fiction/part science fiction. Normally I am not keen on time travelling stories but this one seemed to work.
This story follows Dana a modern black woman who travels back in time to pre... More

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“A superb science-fiction novel.”

Dana, a young woman from 1976, finds herself transported back in time to 19th century Maryland. Dana meets a young boy called Rufus and realises he is the reason she is brought to this time period. Her husband, Kevin,... More

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“Favourite SF book by far”

This was the first SF book I'd ever read--I was around 14 at the time--and it's stayed with me since. It takes you to a place of humility, necessity, and fear--in a phrase, slavery.

Think Neil Gaiman meets... More

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