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The suicide collectors

著者: David Oppegaard
出版商: New York : St. Martin's Press, 2008.
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The despair has plagued the earth for five years. Most of the world's population has inexplicably died by its own hand, and the few survivors struggle to remain alive. A mysterious, shadowy group called the Collectors has emerged, inevitably appearing to remove the bodies of the dead. But in the crumbling state of Florida, a man named Norman takes an unprecedented stand against the Collectors, propelling him on a  再读一些...
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类型/形式: Horror fiction
Fiction
Dystopias
材料类型: 小说
文档类型 图书
所有的著者/提供者: David Oppegaard
ISBN: 9780312381103 0312381107
OCLC号码: 223883556
描述: 294 pages ; 19 cm
责任: David Oppegaard.
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The despair has plagued the earth for five years. Most of the world's population has inexplicably died by its own hand, and the few survivors struggle to remain alive. A mysterious, shadowy group  再读一些...

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"* "THE SUICIDE COLLECTORS takes us to a startling theme we haven't encountered before, with every page a thrilling new surprise." - Stan Lee, Co-creator of Spiderman."

 
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