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What Did Lot’s Wife See
 Ioanna Bourazopoulou

488pp.
Kastaniotis, 2007
ISBN: 960-03-4369-1
ISBN13: 978-960-03-4369-4

A violet-coloured salt that suddenly wells up onto the shores of the Dead Sea alters the geography of the planet, while the Mediterranean Sea swallows up half of Europe. The violet salt rules everything, but Phileas Book finds a way into the mystery by solving an incredibly baffling enigma.
In this colourful but nightmarish panorama of global dystopia, a threat that comes out of the future speaks only too clearly about the present.
What Did Lot’s Wife See? has a strong element of fantasy that suits a futuristic novel and is matched with non-stop action that maintains a steady tempo. Vividly-drawn characters add interest to the outcome of the plot. The book can be read at many levels, without being either symbolic or allegorical.


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