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Remembrance Day by Brian W. Aldiss
Inventive, worldly, moving and important - such words have characterized the work of Brian Aldiss consistently during the past three decades. With this new novel, Aldiss continues to explore new territories and further his reputation for trenchant and powerful works of realistic fiction.
Remembrance Day revolves around a terrorist bombing in a small hotel in a British coastal town. The people involved are not larger-than-life figures whose feats of derring-do will change the fate of humanity forever; rather, they are Ray, Dominic, Ruby, and Petrik, honest people grappling with the day-to-day issues of modern life.
Yet Remembrance Day plays out events of global importance poignantly, and its relentless humanity and sharp insights make it a moving and timely novel that is destined to endure.
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  • Published:
    Mar-1993 (Hardcover)
    Aug-2014 (Paperback)
  • Formats:
    Print / eBook
  • Pages:
    308
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