Paperback of the week: Boomsday by Christopher Buckley is a bleak and frightening vision of America that dosen't seem that unreal or. Boomsday has ratings and reviews. Becky said: starsA word of warning: I'm sick, hopped up on cold meds, and barely able to keep my eyes. Boomsday. Cover of Boomsday. Author: Christopher Buckley. Genre: Literary Fiction Format: Paperback ISBN: Rights: UK & Comm ex Canada.
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