Cloudrock - Garry Douglas Kilworth Reviews
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Newest Review: ... Cloudrock. Here the customs are more odd than can be believed The society is ruled by woman, a matriarchy, incest is rife. ... more
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by - written on 16/02/09 (Very useful, 11 readings)
Cloudrock. ======== The novel is set after a World nuclear war has almost wiped the human race out. The remaining humans have adopted some peculiar customs in a bid to survive and time, a lot of time, has passed. A small group of humans live on what is known as Cloudrock. Here the customs are more odd than can be believed The society is ruled by woman, a matriarchy, incest is rife. Mothers marrying sons etc..When you die you are eaten by the clan and your spirit is kept within the group, cannibalism. And the worst of all. If you are born with any defect then the baby is thrown from the edge of Cloudrock down through the mists ... Read the complete review
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